Could you be pregnant if you missed the pill for four days and on the fourth day you took all 4 pills and had sex a few hours later?

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2011-09-12 15:23:25
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First off, it is a very bad idea to take 4 pills at once. If you miss 4 days, do not make up for it by taking 4 pills. You are already messing with your hormones by taking Birth Control, read the instructions. It should tell you that if you miss a dose, just continue taking 1 at a time....never more! Second, you can get pregnant. Your body needs to run a full cycle (or at least 2 weeks) on birth control before you are protected. Missing 4 days and then overdosing, doesn't protect you at all because it hasn't had a chance to take effect. Be more responsible with drugs and consider having a condom on hand just in case you miss another dose.

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3 hours is no big deal. The likelihood of getting pregnant is minimal. If you want to feel more comfortable, use a condom for this day. Don't get into the habit of taking the pill at random hours every day.


No this isn't a missed dose. A missed dose is when you do not take a pill for 24 hours.




If you have taken the pills every day for a month your chances of getting pregnant are slim, but if you think that you can take one pill and not get pregnant this isn't true. You have to take the pill everyday without fail for them to work. One missed pill does not a baby make, but only one pill a baby there will be.



Not very high. I have missed 2 birth control pills before and I had unprotected sex with my husband and I did not get pregnant. I have heard that the birth control pill will still be in your blood stream for a while even if you miss one or two pills, but I am not for sure how true that is.


Yes. Plan B does not guarantee that you are not/will not get pregnant. First of all, Plan B only works if taken within 72 hours of the first time you had unprotected sex (and the sooner, the better). So if you took Plan B five days after you had unprotected sex, it will not work. Also, as mentioned before, Plan B does not guarantee that you will not become pregnant (even if taken correctly). Plan B works better the sooner you use it. If it is taken as directed within 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex, it can significantly decrease the chance that you will become pregnant. About 7 out of every 8 women who would have gotten pregnant will not become pregnant. Plan B works even better if taken within the first 24 hours after unprotected sex.


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Well it could be that you are pregnant, so take a test. But you could just have had a short period


This could be rather slim. It really depends if any ejaculate or pre-ejaculate came into contact with a vagina. It doesn't have to ejaculate inside in order to get pregnant. It takes a couple of hours for sperm to die in oxygen. However if you find that you missed your period, you need to take a pregnancy test and make an appointment with your doctor.


Yes. you can have your "period" well into your third or fourth month of pregnancy. I know at least six women who never knew they were pregnant.myself included.


There's no way of telling if she's pregnant yet. It might be possible to tell within a couple weeks, or it may be a matter of months. You're just going to have to wait this one out.


yes you could be pregnant,.. use another test after a few days, or seek a blood test from a doctor


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you could be but spotting can be caused from other things stress, your cycle can be changing or you very well can be pregnant if your hpt came back neg then go see your doctor just to be sure because their test can tell you 72 hours after you become pregnant you can even go to planned parenthood and pay like $10.00 or something to have a test done just to put your mind at ease.


Yes! Since 0.25 if equal to one fourth and 15 is one fourth of an hour 4.25 hours is the same as 4 hours an 15 minutes


i have heard that you can conceive during any point in your cycle.but most likely you wont get pregnant due to ovulation timing...you see.sperm can only live in your body for about 36 hours...if it does not match the time that your egg is released than you can not get pregnant.


There are 24 hours in one day. So to find a fourth of 24 you divide 24 by 4 = 6



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