Good night, Elis I want to ask if there is a possibility of pregnancy if I take the wrong pill. I took birth control pills for 28 days and the mistake I took was number 20 when I should have taken number 15. Is it dangerous not to take the wrong direction? Thank you
Good morning Elis, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. There are various methods of contraception on the market, such as birth control pills, birth control injections, condoms, IUDs, implants or implants. All of these methods have advantages and disadvantages of each, such as there must be consumed regularly, there are certain side effects, and many more. This is why in determining what method of contraception is most appropriate for you, it will be far better if you consult your obstetrician first.
Regarding your question, which is one of the shortcomings of birth control pills is that you must be regular and take them regularly, according to the instructions on the packaging. If you forget a day, then you should consume two the next day. If you forget two days, you must consume two the next day, and the next day again. If it is forgotten more than that, then it should be repeated because its effectiveness has diminished considerably.
So, if the order of taking your birth control pill is wrong, our advice should not have sex first until you consult an obstetrician. This is important to make sure how long you take the wrong drink, whether you are on a row of placebo or hormone pills, and so on. If you want to have sex, at least use other methods of contraception first like a condom. So, hopefully answering your question.