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when taking minigynon 30 what is the possibility of getting pregnant if you have sex two days from your period during your period free break?


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replied October 17th, 2012
Birth Control Answer A39623
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If this was not your first pill pack use, and if you have been on the birth control pills for more than a month, you should have the protection during the pill-free week (provided you have taken the pills at scheduled time daily and have not missed active pill intake). Start with the next pill pack as scheduled, and wait and watch for your next period/withdrawal bleeding. Be regular in taking the pills at scheduled time daily. For further clarification and assistance, visit your doctor/gynecologist.
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