... have unprotected sex 4 days after taking the birth control and he did cum in me and well I haven't started yet nor cramped an I'm really worried about that. Is it possible that I could be pregnant. Every time I had sex my bf did not pull out. And I never took the pill at the same time everyday. It's either been an hour early or 2 hours later. Plz let me know what could be the possibilities of being pregnant
You dont usually start your period the first day or two of the inactive pills. Your period can start any time that 4th week. Did you start your birth control pills on the first day of your period or did you do the Sunday after starting? You really should have waited seven days of active pills before having unprotected sex. It takes a week of taking the Pill before it can be relied upon as contraception. Some pills offer protection right away IF you start them the very first day your period starts. You should do your best to take your pills within an hour each way of the time you pick for example, if you pick 5 pm, you should take your pill between 4pm and 6 pm to be considered "on time" If you are later than this, it does increase your chances but very slightly. Do your best to take them on time-this is important!! Most likely you will yet start this week, be patient. On average, most women start the 3rd or 4th day of inactive pills but really, it can come anytime this week.
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