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    Missed pills.
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    An_253320 posted:
    I started the mini pill (Mircronor) about 2 months ago but over the last 2 weeks have missed several pills (someone close to me passed away and with all the stress it completely slipped my mind) I had unprotected sex after missing 4 pills in a row and now I am not sure what to do. I am not sure what I would do if I was pregnant and don't want to tell anyone until I know for sure. The unprotected sex happened a few days ago and I haven't taken my pill after it happened. When would I be able to take a pregnancy test? They usually say to take it after your next period was due but even on the pill my periods were very irregular and could come at any time so I couldn't tell you when it should be. Sorry if some of this is not making sense I am very confused and really just want to know if there is a high chance I could be pregnant and when is the earliest I could take a home test!
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    You can take a test two weeks after the sex.
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