I would like to know if mononessa is less safe right before, during, or right after my period if he ejaculates inside me. Also, how much am I at an increased risk of getting pregnant if I have taken four pills within a month three to four hours later than my usual time? (Not four days in a row, though)
With Mononessa, if taken correctly the month prior, you are protected all month, even during your period. Taking a pill late on occasion doesnt decrease effectiveness by much. Missing an entire day increases chances slightly. If you discover the miss a few hours after the pills time due, it is okay. If you discover the miss when you go to take the next pill or if you are more than 6 hours late, you should use back up protection (condoms) until you have taken 7 consecutive days of active pills. The effectiveness of the pill when taken perfectly is 98-99.9% effective. Normal use (meaning an occasional late pill or missed pill) brings it down to about 96-98% effective.
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