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So i've been on the Evra patch for about 4 years, i change it every sunday, this sunday i forgot to change it so today (tuesday) i've changed it, i had sex last night (without a condom) will i still be covered this is my 3rd week for this month and then next week will be my without a patch week, should i just take my patch off next tuesday and then am i okay to carry on putting it back on, on sundays? Thank you,this might be a bit all over the place i've only just woken up haha!
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Thehidden, the best thing to do in this case is to consult the patient information sheet that comes with your patch, or to call your pharmacist or prescribing doctor. They should be able to tell you how to proceed in this case.

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