My boyfriend and I had sex without a condom the day my period started last month, because it was in the light stage of the period. I had my full blown period those days. I am on birth control, but I switched to a new kind that Sunday after we had unprotected sex. (It was the Sunday after the placebo pills of my old kind of birth control) I haven't missed any pills at all. But this month, I didn't get my period.
I'm freaking out, but I'm also thinking that it may be due to switching to a new pill. I don't know how probable it is that Ian pregnant.
Ps, he ejaculated inside of me. I feel so stupid for doing it without researching the effects of switching pills. :/
I think your best bet here is to call up your doctor or pharmacist to ask if you're protected as normal when switching from one type of pill to another. I think this is something your doctor should have talked to you about when you made the change.
Since you didn't miss any days, my assumption is that you are probably fine, but I just don't know. This is something the doctor could answer for you pretty easily, though, so since you're so worried I'd give them a call.
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Molias has already answered your question. I just wanted to check in with you about whether Jenny Keller is your real name. If so, can you change it? We like for people to be anonymous here since this is a publicly viewable space.
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