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On alesse birth control pills, had unprotected intercourse, missing periods. Is there chance of pregnancy?

i am currently on Aleese birth control pills, this is my 4th month taking them. i take them properly everyday at the exact same time. this month my partner and i had unprotected sex. he used the pull-out method and again i was taking my pills on time and never missed a day. i havent had any symptoms of being pregnant but i am late. Is there a good chance that i am pregnant?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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Hello mam in my opinion there are negligible chances of pregnancy because if taken daily on same time pills have very low pregnancy rate.
Together with protection and pull out method it declines further. And delay of periods can be due to several reasons like stress, new exercise schedule or altered eating habits.
But still do a urine pregnancy test which if negative wait for periods and if you don't get them in another week Visit your gynecologist. Wish you all the best and take care.
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