i started taking birth control pills on the 28th of november and i stop taking them on the 2nd of december and i been having unprotected sex from i stop taking which is the second until my period came down on the 6th which is thursday i wants to know if i could of still get pregnant during that time
You weren't even on the pill but a few days. You were not protected at all; you have to take it consistently at the same time daily for a month to be able to have unprotected sex on most pills and even then you have to be sure you keep taking them as soon as that seven-day placebo pill week is over.
If you happened to ovulate around that time or ovulate 5 or so days after the unprotected sex, it's possible for pregnancy to happen.
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