I missed a pill Friday last week and took it the next morning! Then I took them on time until I missed one Monday and took it Tuesday afternoon as well as at my normal time at 9pm then missed Wednesday and took 2 Thursday at 9! Took Friday's and had unprotected sex today (Saturday) but he pulled out! Tonight is my last lol of the pack! What are my chances of pregnancy?
Are you on a three weeks pack or a four week pack? If you are on the four week one, the last week, the different coloured pills, are placebo pills, so it wouldn't matter if you took them or not.
If that is not the case, most pill packs come with printed instructions that outline exactly what to do if you miss one, two, or more pills in a row. I do know that unlike other medication, when it would be very bad to double up a dose, in this case, that is exactly what you had to do. The hormone levels in these pills are so low that even being late by two hours could cause you to ovulate. Doing that once is not so bad, but doing it a few times close together, that's a bit worrying, and I'm sorry to tell you but pulling out, coitus interuptus, only stops the ejaculate that comes out right at orgasm, but not the sperm that has been trickling out in smaller amounts the whole time you were going at it.
I would stick to condoms until you have finished this menstral cycle, in case you did ovulate, and cross you fingers that you period comes. Remember that periods that are weak and shorter then normal can happen in early pregnancy. But keep you hopes up. This happens all the time, and if a pregnancy is the very worst thing that could happen right now, go see a doctor right away. He might suggest taking the morning after pill just in case you did ovulate one of the times you were late.
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