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pinkunicornxo
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Hi so 2 hours aftef taking my pil I had dirreah should I take another one? Its my second to last pill my pack btw and the last time I had sex was well over a week now could I be pregnant?

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Robin Lee
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After two hours, the pill would already be working its way into your system. You don't need to worry about this. To make extra sure, you can call your pharmacist. Pharmacists have all the up-to-date information on what impacts drug usability.

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