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Unprotected sex, inter-menstrual bleeding. Skipped birth control, spotting. Chances of pregnancy?

So last week i accidentally skipped a day on my birth control , i realized the next day so i doubled up but started spotting bc of it. well ive been spotting a little every day since. Yesterday i couldnt take my pill bc i lost my pill pack, therefore i cant double up today, but while we were having sex i started bleeding , and im not suppose to start my period until monday... well he came inside of me yesterday... idk if it is possible i could get pregnant or what. please help!
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
as you missed the pill and not taken two pills on the next day, the chance of pregnancy is there,
so you better use some additional method of contraception for the next one week as you missed two pills in the pack, or you can take emergency pill now, and also continue the regular pills,
your bleeding could be withdrawal bleeding or onset of periods,
then if you miss your periods on expected date better to go for blood test for pregnancy once to rule out the possibility.
Answered: Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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