... taking cryselle?I am currently on the 3 month plan of cryselle 28. (as in I take 3 packs continually, skipping the placebo pills for the first 2 months and then getting my period at the end of the third month). This is the third month and I just had my period. The problem is that I began taking my next pack before the week in which I take the placebo pills ended. I continued to HEAVILY bleed for 6 days. The day after my period ended, the condom broke while my boyfriend was finishing. It has only been about 14 hours since this happened and I want to make sure I am taking all the precautions to avoid pregnancy. I take cryselle exactly as directed and I have been on it for several months. I am not quite sure what to do or if the likelihood of pregnancy is still great enough even on cryselle that I should purchase plan b? Or is cryselle, more specifically cryselle in my situation, Still effective enough to continue as usual without purchasing an emergency contraceptive?
If you took all active pills correctly like you stated, you should be fine. Plan b and othe emergency contraception kits work well if tken early, but since it is a huge influx or horomones, it will likely delay your cycle. If you have been on chryselephantine for even just 2 months and took all the actives correctly, it is very UNLIKELY you are pregnant. Best of luck, pstti
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