I've been taking Aubra the birth control pill for about eight full days. I started last Tuesday and took a pill just now on Thursday. I've been missing some pills within minute increments (like I'd take a pill 10:30 PM one day then 10:15 PM the next, but they were all taken at 10 PM). My Planned Parenthood doctor advised that I should wait at least seven days before having unprotected sex, but my boyfriend and I waited until today to have unprotected sex. He ejaculated inside me three times. Will the pill be effective now and should I not worry or should I have some Plan B?
Am I protected from a possible pregnancy? (Aubra)?
- 17 Apr 2015 by yulyeols
- 14 Aug 2015
- birth control, contraception, pregnancy, birth control pills, pill, aubra
Added 17 Apr 2015:
I'm only worried because everyone is telling me that certain people take a month to get adjusted to the pills so I would need to wait a minimum of 14 days to be fully protected. I've also been hearing that I should wait until I'm on my second pack for maximum protection. Does it matter? Am I still protected?
- Aubra Information for Consumers
- Aubra Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Aubra (detailed)
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