What are the chances of being pregnant if you just started your new pack of birth control pills today and had unprotected sex yesterday?

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2005-11-06 20:53:58
2005-11-06 20:53:58

Do you people not read the information packs that come with your birth control, or do your doctors not bother to tell you any thing. If you are taking your birth control correctly you should not get pregnant plain and simple.

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The birth control pills that are available would suit you.


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