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Ransu
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It happened on a Friday, I was so busy I took my pills 6 hours late. On Saturday, I took my pill as usual and had sex. He did not came in me nor masturbated in the morning before. I've been very upset about certain things for the past few days and I'm on the 4th day of my pill-free week. Please help me I'm freaking out! Can I be pregnant by just having my pills late for 6 hours?
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Onionpie
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Hi Ransu! Please only make one version of your post, as all staff and volunteers moderate all of the boards so your post will be answered no matter where it is. Thanks!
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