Birth Control Pill

Could you be pregnant if you stopped birth control pills a week ago and you finished your period on Monday and had sex on Tuesday and Friday?

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2005-10-24 07:43:21
2005-10-24 07:43:21

I have not been on birth control for 8 years.. but i will tell you why? the last day of your period I count 7 days is safe to have sex...your fertile between 8-17 days after the day of your last period.. you should be fine... BUT keep in mind birth control is not always 100 percent effective... Good luck

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