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    taking gynera pills
    hearty30 posted:
    hi, i want to ask about gynera contraceptives, this was my first time to take gynera pills..
    my period end last sunday feb.6.2011..
    at Feb.12 i drink my 1st pills gynera and at same day i have unprotected sex , i continue drinking gynera for 2nd time my boyfriend and i got unprotected sex again on Feb.14.. do i have a chance to be pregnant?? and should i stop the pills?? what should i do to avoid pregnancy???... help please... thank you
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    An_185097 responded:
    Do you mean generic pills? Generic and brand name medications are one in the same, they can't be deem generic if they are different
    An_185098 responded:
    do you mean generic pills?
    hearty30 replied to An_185098's response:
    gynera contraceptive pills generic name gestodene 75mcg. i stop using it now,.. do you know if i could be pregnant and can i take emergency contraceptive pills??? thanks
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Have you been taking bc pills and then changed to Gynera or is this the first time you've taken any type of bc pills?

    Most of the time, you are told to use a back-up form of birth control such as a condom for the first 7 days of taking the pill. It's too late to take emergency contraception (Plan for the Feb 12 unprotected sex since you have to take it within 72 hours of unprotected sex. It's also almost too late to take it for the Feb 14 incident.

    Yes, you could be pregnant. At this point the only thing you can do is wait and see if your period comes.
    Proud mommy to PJ (3)
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Also, you are not supposed to stop taking the pills until pregnancy is confirmed because stopping the pills mid-pack will mess up your hormones and may cause your period to either come now or late.
    Proud mommy to PJ (3)
    hearty30 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    its my first time taking gynera contraceptive pills,,, i take 1st tab. on FEB.12 and had unprotected sex at the same day, and at FEB.14. we did it again, i had regular period 27 cycle and as i know i am fertile at feb,12 to 17.. and my ovulation day is on 16, i think your right i am too late to take the emergency pills, i wonder if i could be pregnant but i hope no.. i am waiting for my next period this march.1. i am so stress... thank you for your concern....

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