I had been placed on Orthotrycycline low due to multiple ovarian cysts when it came time to get the next months card the nurse convinced me to try orthotrycycline because it was cheaper needless to say I made it through three days of the pill before calling back to get another script for low dose while waiting my husband and I had unprotected sex 3/21 and he did *** inside thinking I was taking the pills It had been a week since my last pill 3/9 I did have a period 3/12 but have had light spotting Until the 20th and was due to ovulate the next day or so What are my pregnancy chances now
Hi! If you were my patient, I would have to advise you that your chances for pregnancy are rather high. If I understand correctly, you stopped your pills on the third day of the pack and were not taking pill for at least a week. I would recommend asking your provider when to start you new pack and also using a back up method until then. ALSO, it may be too late, but don't forget about emergency contraception--Plan B or Next Choice Good luck! Dr B
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