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Can i have unprotected sex while on tarana pills ?

Hi, i am 26years old married women and on tarana pills (28 pills -21yellow+7white pills) and this is my first month. i started my first pill on the first day of my period. and i take the tablets same time every day.and i have 2 questions 1. i had unprotected sex on the 18th day of the pill should i be worried of being pregnant? 2. in the 4th week of the pill that is during white pills can i have unprotected sex? this is the 1st month i m using pills. and if not then when can i have unprotected sex without any fear during my whole cycle of pills?? please suggest me on this.. i m really worried.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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Hi reema!
Welcome to sex in any phase of the cycle can get you pregnant.Why take risk? usually first time of using of ocpills has to be combined with a barrier type of contraception to be effective.the last week of pills are usually inert pills and during this time least chance of your pregnancy provided you took all 21 days tabs regularly.take care.
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