... the wrong time and in a moment i had multiple days that i skipped a day and took two the next. I usually skip the placebo pills or rarely take them. I am getting some symptoms but im not sure if its pms or pregnancy since i still have about a week and a half left for my period to come, should i be worried?
Yes, you should be worried. You need to take the pills like you're supposed to. If it's too hard to remember that's okay because a lot of people have that problem. You have other options. There are shots, patches, implants... Options. Let's hope you're not pregnant now but if you are you'll need to decide what to do. Odds are you're probably not but that's just mathematics and it doesn't mean you are or are not. It just means pregnancy does not occur most of the time.
My advice would be to talk to your doctor about how you're taking your meds as soon as you can so you can discuss some options that might work better for you and use a condom for now until you can get it sorted out.
It really is very important to take the pills the right way. There's some room for error here but it's not a risk you want to take, right? So it really is best to do this the right way so you don't have to worry.
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