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Unprotected sex, forgot to take second pill of next choice, took it a day later. Pregnancy possible?

hello i am 5 ft 6 inches and weigh 136 , i have always been healthy only when i was pregnant with my first child did i have complications i had preaclampsia. but my question is .... i had unprotected sex with my partner and 3 days later i took next choice the generic brand of plan b i took the first pill on the third day and was supposed to take the next one 12 hours later nut i forgot and took it almost 24 hours later and now im pregnant is that possible?
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Contraception pill at at various stages (ovulation, implantation etc.) to prevent pregnancy.If your have regular periods conception is ruled our but if you miss you miss your period certainly get a urine pregnancy test to rule out.If its negative consult a gynecologist and take her opinion.Rarely there might be chances of pregnancy.Hope this answers your question.Take care.
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