hi, i forgot to take my contraceptive pill on a fri, saturday and only remembered on a sunday so i took all 3 of them that sunday night. what are my chances of falling pregnant? had i missed 2 or 3 days of "missed pills"

Hi, I would strongly


I would strongly recommend using a back up method of birth control such as a condom. As for becoming pregnant it depends on what part of the cycle you are in when you had "unprotected" sex.

I would not be surprised if you feel ill after taking three birth control pills in one day. I know it can be hard to remember to take the pill everyday. You have offer options such as the patch or Depo shot which is good for 3 months.

Best of Luck,

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