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Had unprotected sex. Forgot mini pill. High risk of pregnancy?

I forgot to take my mini- pill for two consecutive days and continued to have unprotected sex because I genuinely didn t remember about them. Is there a high chance of pregnancy? Also, I had what I thought was an early period last week. It lasted a few days and then turned really light and I continued spotting every day. Yesterday I had really heavy bleeding and that has continued through the day. I had a tampon in last night and it bled through after a few hours so I changed it and a few hours later it bled through again. Is this normal?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Bleeding in between cycles is not normal. This could have happened as you missed the pills two in a row. You are no longer protected in this cycle. You should test for pregnancy with a fresh early morning sample if you do not get a period as expected, or you can go for the blood test followed by a pelvic/trans-vaginal sonogram. Please consult your health care provider for further suggestions. Wish you good health.
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