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Chances of pregnancy with missed contraceptive pill - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I missed a birth control pill sometime last week and just realized it today when i started my new week of pills. i took the missed pill, plus the one i was suppose to take today. any chance of me getting pregnant? I had sex last Sun and Fri both unprotected.... help me calm my nerves. i have never missed a pill. i am suppose to be on the "sugar pills" next week.
User :   unprotected meaning nothing else use except bc but like i said i have no clue when i missed it
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   if you have missed a pill
Doctor :   and if you were regular in taking pills no worry
Doctor :   it will protect you
User :   I thought i was gonna be ok..but still wasnt sure
Doctor :   but do not consume the missed pill plus the days pill
Doctor :   if you miss the pill and remembered it on the same day just take it when you remembered
Doctor :   and if you realized it the next day than take only that day pill
User :   ok
Doctor :   did you follow
User :   yea
Doctor :   thank you for consulting health care magic
User :   thank you for helping calm my nerves
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