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Unprotected sex, brownish spotting, missed taking contraceptive pills. Taking Diane 35. Possibility of pregnancy?

hi there i have been taking diane 35 about 5 months now but this last time i missed 2 tablets and on those same days i had unprotected sex.My last period was 9th and now its the 27 had unprotected sex on the 15,16 and 19 but the 15 and 16 the two days i did not take diane 35 and since the 15 i have not taken the pill but spot a brownish on the 23 only what is wrong can i b pregnant.
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Diane 35 is usually used as treatment for acne, hirsuitism and oral contraceptive for women who needs anti-androgen therapy.
Oral contraceptives not work in the way "no pill no sex"
You need to have pills throughout the month for complete protection.
Every OCP has a failure rate. So now you have missed two pills which would increase the failure rate of pill
Spotting is a side effect Diane 35. So your spotting may be due to one of the side effect of pill and not an indication of pregnancy.
It is better for you to get a Home pregnancy test around your expected menses.
Diane 35 if missed in future can be taken with in 12 hours.
Try not to miss any more tablets.
Answered: Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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OBGYN Dr. Sree Gouri SR's  Response
May 2013
as you missed to take the pills on two days the in the first week of the cycle the complete protection is somewhat doubtful,
though on the days of intercourse there is less chance for ovulation, we cannot completely exclude the possibility,
your spotting on 23th could be side effect of tablets but can also be implantation bleeding,
so you better wait for one more week and go for blood test for pregnancy to rule out the possibility,
in this week you continue the tablets but also use some additional protection on the days of intercourse.
take care.
Answered: Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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