I skipped one active pill but doubled up the next day at the right time . Should I take a plan b pill?
No, you don't need plan B. Your birth control pill is protecting you, it only dropped in protection about 5 % that would take you to 95% protection. Plan b only offers at best 95% protection. It is not back up to birth control. It isn't a magic potion that gets rid of all pregnancies. It is an emergency contraceptive that only delays ovulation. Your birth control pill stops ovulation.
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