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Taking birth control pills. Had sex on last day of period. Took two pills, used vaginal contraceptive film. Should I be worried about being pregnant?

HI, i am on aviane birth control and i had sex on one of the last days of my period. i had two "active" pills left over so i took one right before we had sex, and another in the morning, but then had to wait a day or two to get my new prescription filled. I also used a vaginal contraceptive film to back myself up while he used a condom. should i be freaking out this much about being pregnant? are my chances slim to none or very high?
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Given the precautions you have taken, your chances of conception are almost nil and also the fact that your intercourse took place during the safe period excludes any chances at all. You may wait for your next period and if it gets delayed see your consultant for further care, which, I am sure, you would definitely not need. Hope your query is clarified. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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