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    An_247806 posted:
    this happen last week on a monday i started my new pack of birth conrtol on sunday and went to the bar on monday to hang out with some friends and didnt take my pill on monday and had sex with friedn of mine and then came home on tuesday and took both my pills as soon as i got home now im on week two and been taking them every day am i good should i not worry
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    georgiagail responded:
    It is quite likely you do not have to worry about a pregnancy from this event.

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    teddyeyezn11 replied to georgiagail's response:
    Ok im freaking out lol I don't need another baby right now I have one lol but I hope not


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