Ok so I was stuck up at a cottage for the weekend and had unprotected sex at around 11pm-12pm and he said he may have cam in me. So stupidly I doubled up on my birth control pills took 2 instead of one, for 2 days. Should i still take plan b? And will doubling up on those pills horribly affect me?
If you are on birth control pills, you ARE protected, if you have been on them longer than one week, and need no additional protection from pregnancy no matter how many times he ejaculated (came) in you. You certainly didnt need to double up and you dont need Plan b because you are already protected by the Pill (the pill is more effective than Plan b is anyway). Doubling the Pill will make you short later. You take one pill each day-no more no less. This is going to screw you up at the end of your cycle. You will be two days short since you doubled up. I would recommend that you skip this months period and when you come to the last active pill in this pack, skip the placebo pills (the ones in the 4th week you take when your period is to come) and go straight to the next pack, this way you wont go two days with no coverage. Next month take them as they come in the pack and you will have your period at the end of that pack as you normally would. Skipping one period will not harm you. The only other way is to start over. When you come to the end of the pack, take the seven days for your period then start a new pack but you will need to use back up protection for the first seven days just like when you first start the pill. This method does compromise your protection and it is possible that you could ovulate, that is why I suggest you just go straight to the next pack, skipping this period so you stay protected. Questions?
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