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    concerned111 posted:
    hi I missed my last week of active birth control pills and had sex during those last week of pills so I was wondering if I could be or get pregnant in that time frame...and when should I take a test to find out
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Anytime you don't take birth control as prescribed, pregnancy is a possibility. However, I think you can consider this your placebo week as long as you started taking your pills again.
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