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Missed pill. Got sore nipples, back ache, pinkish discharge, slight cramping. Take pregnancy test?

On cerazette for two years with no periods, few weeks ago I missed a pill , I firstly got very sore nipples which I had to wear no bra then suffered extremely bad back ache which I still have, I woke up early hours in the morning feeling very sick about 3days ago now I had pinkish discharge on the tissue then next day light orange blood and I ve seem to of stopped now my tummy has been slightly cramping also should I do a test and how long until I take one?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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Hi and thanks for the query,
It is not very common that you easily get pregnant after missing a pill, especially if this occurs only once. however, it could happen in some rare occasions, especially with a history of a risky or unprotected sex. It would be a prudent attitude to get a pregancy test, though chances are slim. You will have to continue taking your pill as prescribed rather than starting to think of doubling doses to catch up. In case symptoms persist, you might seek the opinion of a gynecologist. for now, I really do not think you need to bother much.
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