I have been taking the birth control pill for 3 months but last time i took 4 pills and stop then i got my period in the day 12, that day i had sex and stat taking the birth control pill again...is there any risk to be pregnant? Should i take tha after day pill? Or this day counts like the day 1 on my period?
You have not been taking your pills so there are chances of pregnancy. You experienced withdrawal bleeding after stopping the pills and had sex.A week before periods and after periods is usually considered as safe in a woman who has regular periods. Taking the after pills while already you have been taking the birth control pills may cause hormonal imbalances and can cause abnormal bleeding. It is best to consult a gynecologist and discuss your queries.
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