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Had unprotected sex, missed birth control pills. Want to avoid pregnancy. Please advise

HI so im a little worried. Im on birth control and i think i started my period early not sure. this past week ive had to wear a pad. My period is not supposed to be coming till this week coming up thats when i start the green pills. The pink pills are supposed to prevent it. I spent the night at my boyfriends house for a week last month and skipped the green pills cuz i didnt want my monthly around him. We had unprotected sex a few times. Im worried that i could be pregnant i know we should have been more careful.. so i dont know what to do?
Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Since you skipped your periods last time with the help of pills, the mild irregular bleeding that you are having now is expected. If you are taking the pills regularly without missing any pills then the chances of pregnancy are almost nil.
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