... I had protected sex on the 9th am I ok
Why would you be skeptical of what your Dr tells you? You think he went to medical school just to tell you not to have sex for the heck of it? There is a reason for everything a Dr says and if you want things to work out without mistakes then you follow those directions!! They tell you not to have sex for 2 weeks before the device is implanted so that there is no way you are pregnant when they put it in you! The ONLY 100% positive way to NOT be pregnant is to NOT have sex!! Not following directions to a tee is the biggest reason for birth control failure and accidental pregnancies! Thinking YOU know better than your Dr is going to lead you into trouble!
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