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Had a week break from Ridgevidon while taking antibiotics. Had unprotected sex during then. Missed periods. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi I take the pill ridgevidon but am currently on my 7 day break form the pill, however I have yet to start my periods. I had a period 4 weeks ago when i was on the previous 7 day break form the pill, so this was in december. But before my 7 day break in december i was on antibiotics and totally forgot that they prevent the pill from working, and had unprotected sex 4 times, even though I had a period a week after this occasion could I still be pregnant now due to the fact I haent had a period this week? Please could could you in form me, Im getting worried. I cant afford to pay but i need to know
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Best way to rule out pregnancy chances is to have a pregnancy test. Repeat the test if it is negative & you don't get your period for seven days.
You should always use extra protection when you are on antibiotics.
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Answered: Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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