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I have a question regarding birth control and pregnancy. Today i took my last white pill in this months cycle and tomorrow and the following day i will take my two brown pills and then start a new cycle the following day. I have been on birth control for about a year now and last month and this month are the only two months i've taken my brown pills in my cycle. If i had unprotected sex today should i still be protected even though previous months i had not taken the brown pills? Any help?
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replied May 12th, 2017
Are you a regular user? Means, do you take the previous pills regularly? Then, there will be no issue and you will remain safe despite of the fact that you had omitted the brown pills in previous months.
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