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Will I become pregnant if i missed one day dose of contraceptive pill?

Hi I am a bit confused with my pill (oral contraceptive). I take Yasmin. I get a 3 month supply I have taken 1 month and now a couple of tablets from finishing the second. I Had taken 3 of the inactive tablets from the second months supply and had sexual intercourse and was due to get my period the following day. It came but only for 1 day and stopped. It has been 5 days and I have not been bleeding at all except for 1 small amount yesterday and nothing since. I am worried that I may be pregnant. Im not sure to keep taking the rest of the tablets or not incase I am. I did miss 1 active tablet the day before starting the inactive tablets. HELP!! Very confused not sure what to do.
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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If this was the first month of starting tablet aand if you have not started taking it from 2nd day of your period, then there are chances of pregnanacy so first do urine pregnancy test and rule out pregnancy before starting tablets again.
Answered: Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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