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... Saturday. My boyfriend is away so I just got lazy and assumed it wouldn't make a difference. The only times I had sex this month were on Oct. 9th and 11th, both times we used a condom. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, so I was due to start my new pack of pills this past sunday. Problem is.. I'm supposed to get my perscription through the mail, however, it didn't arrive in time. ... (1 replies)
... ejection that girls can end up pregnant. I started a new pack of birth control on July 29th. ... (0 replies)

... however I had a busy day and forgot to pick it up and by the time I remembered the pharmacy had closed. ... (0 replies)
... Whenever you get the pack start it like the directions say for when you miss pills. ... (1 replies)
... If you are starting your pack a week late then you definitely need to use a backup method. It's up to you if you want to start late or wait til next cycle, but at the risk of messing up your cycle and not even being protected anyway, I would just wait. ... (1 replies)
... I don't think you can pick up a pack at your drug store with out a script. Maybe if their computers are linked to where you get them from there's a chance. ... (1 replies)
... missing the first pill would mess up the effectiveness of the pill all that much. I read some about it online and there were girls in other forums that said that starting a day late was never a problem for them. So I was wondering beforehand, since I do not want to get pregnant. ... (3 replies)
... Your period should still come during the inactive week of pills. If you started your pack a week later, then of course your period is going to come a week later. The pill regulates your period to a 28 day cycle, and you're not to get your period until you start the inactive tablets. ... (1 replies)
... If it's time to start a new pack, yes, you'd start today. ... (3 replies)
... Im a sunday starter and got AF a week late, TODAY! Do I take the new pack starting today as usual? ... (3 replies)
... I'm 20 years old and I've been taking Microlite for the last year and a half. ... (1 replies)
... but nothing has happened. I'm just wondering if starting a new pill, especially Alesse, could cause my period to be late? ... (3 replies)
... ausea lessened if I ate when I took the pill. So for me, it took about 2 weeks for the negative side effects to fade away. But I'd say over all that my body took a month to fully adjust with the good and bad of the pill. ... (17 replies)
... I had some problems with insurance, so I wasn't able to get my pills on time. What would happen if I started a new pack 1 week late? ... (1 replies)
... I was unable to start my new pack of BC pills on the exact day I should have. However the next morning I started the pack. Is there a big possibility that starting my pack a day later and having unprotected sex will lead to pregnancy when I have still not had 7 pills in a row? ... (3 replies)
... I am not a mind reader, but if you are asking if you are protected from pregnancy after the 1st pill of the 3rd pack? ... (2 replies)
... I've been SO good about taking my pill, but I was late by 12 hours yesterday. The third week of my pack. ... (1 replies)
... Most likely it's because she messed up her birth control. To avoid pregnancy you should use back up until she's taken seven pills correctly in a row. She may continue spotting throughout the next pack of pills because of being a week late starting the last pack and then missing pills of it later on. ... (3 replies)
... I'm assuming that they're active since you're just starting your first pack. f they're active pills, yes, your period will probably go away pretty quickly. ... (3 replies)


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