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    Do me and my boyfriend have a chance of pregnancy happening...? answers please?
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    An_260542 posted:
    I didnt take my last active pill then had my period the 29th of nov til dec 2 which i did not take the placebo pills since i dont have to then for being a reminder & i chose not to take them i forgot to take my 1st active pill which would of been dec 7th then went & stayed at a friends house dec 13,14,15,16 i go back tomorrow 17th and forgot my birth control pack at home and i had unprotected sex with my boyfriend twice ejaculating in me both times on 12th this is only my 2nd pack of pills
     
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    kristine403 responded:
    Hi, I think there is a big chance that you might get pregnant. If you are, let me share here with you a site you can use to calculate your due date and predict the gender of your baby, good luck. http://www.babyduedatecalculator.net/


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