... blue,not knowing ,had unprotectd sex after 8th day,,, could i be pregnant because of this.?or did blue active pills cover me?
Wow, it is hard to say. I think what you need to do is to call the Dr who prescribed them and ask what you should do. Each of the three weeks of blue and white pills have different amounts of drug in them. You started with the weaker ones instead of the stronger ones that will supress the ovaries and keep them from releasing an egg. You did get some medicine but as to whether or not that was enough, I couldnt begin to guess. I would say that yes, there is a possibility of pregnancy since you did not take them correctly. It is VERY important to read all the literature and look at the packs very carefully and make sure that you completely understand before you take them. Had you read the instructions carefully it would have told you to take the white pills first, then the light blue, then the darker blue then the green inert pills. If, after reading the directions, you still dont understand then your pharmacist is an excellent resource to walk you through-they will tell you how to take them even if you didnt buy them from the pharmacy (if, for instance, you got them from Planned Parenthood or a County free clinic etc) So you should call your prescriber and ask them what to do now. Do be sure to use back up until you can talk to your Dr. I'm kind of suspecting that he/she will have you toss the pack and startover but dont take my word for it. You need to talk to your prescribing Dr about it.
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