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Can I get pregnant while taking Diane 35 ?

hii had an intercourse today but i regularly take diane 35 so i want to know if i ll become pregnant now hi , i had intercourse today it is the 10 day after ma cycle got over. i am taking diane 35 regularly from 1 yr.i m taking it even now...i want to know if ill become pregnant now? should i take an i pill?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Apr 2011
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If you are taking Diane-35 regularly and not missed pill at least in this cycle and if you had intercourse on 10th day then there are minimal or you can say no chances of getting pregnancy.Also if the pills are not missed then you should NOT take I-pill because both are hormonal pills & I-pill will cause withdrawal bleeding & will disturb the hormonal balance making your periods irregular.
Don't take I-pill if you have not missed Diane-35.
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