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Missed microgynon pills, had unprotected sex. Can I be pregnant ?

i stupidly didnt realise that i had not taken my microgynon pill for three days in that time i had unprotected sex. i then got my fake period and once i realised i was missing the pills i started taking them again and now the fake period is begining to go away. is there a chance i could be pregnant? also what should i do?
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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The moment you miss even a single contraceptive pill,the chances of pregnancy increases.
Start your pills again.
Make it a point to take your contraceptive pills daily and at same time.
Now just wait and watch.
The chances of pregnancy specifically increases more if you happen to be in fertile period.
It means near to your ovulation time.
If you miss your period,then get the pregnancy test done.
If positive,then decide about the future course of action in consultation with your doctor.
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