Forgot To Take The Pill
doc, on Sunday I forgot to take my pill, and I had sex, at that time I remembered I had not taken my pill on Sunday, shortly after I took the pill, how was the doctor likely to be pregnant?
Thank you for the question.
Birth control pills have a fast duration of action, and will decrease in effectiveness after being consumed for more than 24 hours. Therefore, to keep you protected from pregnancy, the consumption of birth control pills should be done regularly every day at the same hour.
Late for taking birth control pills, especially for more than 24 hours, is very risky to cause its effectiveness to be impaired. Impact, if you have sex, then the potential for pregnancy will be greater. If fertilization has already occurred, then the consumption of birth control pills will not necessarily make the pregnancy fall.
However, no one can be sure how big your potential to become pregnant as a result of your actions. We suggest that you try to observe it until your next menstrual schedule arrives. If your menstruation comes late, or other signs of pregnancy appear, such as nausea, vomiting, dizziness, sensitive breasts, mood swing, fatigue, frequent urination, constipation, and so on, try to do a testpack. If positive, confirm with a direct examination to the doctor or obstetrician. Conversely, if negative, chances are you are not pregnant, and so that similar conditions are no longer repeated, you should pay closer attention to your birth control pills so that they are no longer forgotten and cause you to get pregnant.
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