I took Wednesday and Thursday's pill. On Thursday I took Friday pill (active) and Friday I took Saturday (active) and Saturday I took Sunday (inactive). Sunday I took Sunday Monday and Tuesday (inactive) and Wednesday I started taking my pills like normal which all was inactive and that same Wednesday I started my period. Also on January 10 I was on antibiotics for 10 days, I know antibiotics affect the birth control and I messed up on my pills on february 20-26 is when I messed up my pills. On march 11 me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex. I know it's to early to tell if I'm pregnant, but is there a possibility I could be? My period is suppose to start march 26. I've been cramping and my breast are sore where my breast connect to my breast which ian thing is due to my period because it is a week away. I am hoping I'm not pregnant, but is there any way I could be since I messed up on my pills?
I'm on sprintec I took 2 pills the same day?
Added 20 Mar 2014:
So I never missed an active pill and missed at least 2 inactive well the sugar pills and finished and started new pack like nothing happed.it was a little over 7 days we had sex. I hope that even though I messed up my active pills not by much I'm good. And I called the dr I see and talked to the nurse which I didn't like. I don't think she got what I was saying. Bc she was like if u messed up the last few active pills and didn't take 2 inactive pills then I can't tell when u ovulated. I think she needed a picture to understand bri tried explaining again and she cut me off. I really like my midwife don't like her. I'm thinking of going on the depo shot and she started in on prior authorizations. I was also wondering how long sprintec stayed in ur system?
- Sprintec Information for Consumers
- Sprintec Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Sprintec (detailed)
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