As luck would have it, one of my active pills fell into the sink, and with the water running, it continued on it's way. I took the next day's pill instead, now I am one less in the pack. By not taking the last active pill on the cycle and extending my "off" days by one day, does that affect my chances of getting pregnant? I am 51 years of age.
It could. Where at in the pack are you? You might want to use a back up method until you are seven days into the new pack if you are close to the week of inactive pills or if you have just started the pack you might want to use back up for a couple of weeks or you can call your prescriber for advice. It has been awhile since I did family planning so things have changed somewhat. We used to advise girls to use a back up throughout the entire first pack of pills and now they let them start having unprotected sex after seven days, so my advice may be a little older but I'd rather be safe than sorry.
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