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Do I have a chance to be pregnant ?

hi, i want to ask about gynera contraceptives, this was my first time to take gynera pills..
my period end last sunday feb.6.2011..
at Feb.12 i drink my 1st pills gynera and at same day i have unprotected sex , i continue drinking gynera for 2nd time my boyfriend and i got unprotected sex again on Feb.14.. do i have a chance to be pregnant?? and should i stop the pills?? what should i do to avoid pregnancy???... help please... thank you
Asked On : Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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Hi welcome to HCM.
Gynera tablets are oral hormonal contraceptive pills.these tab have to start from 1st day of menstrual have started at 6th day.The mode of action includes the inhibition of ovulation by suppression of the mid-cycle surge of luteinising hormone, the inspissation of cervical mucus so as to constitute a barrier to sperm, and the rendering of the endometrium unreceptive to implantation.ovulatory period is 10th to 20th day in normal 28day cycle.actually 1st 10 days and last 10days are safe period from pregnancy.still you are having doubt then kindly do a home pregnancy test after 5weeks from last menstrual period if you miss a next period ok.stop taking gynera tabs now and from next cycle you start taking fromm 1st day of your period itself ok.
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