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I missed my BC pills on Sunday and Monday then STUPID me had unprotected sex on Tuesday. After when i went home i took all 3 pills (Sunday Monday and Tuesday) I got REALLY sick this morning (Its Wed.) I remember that when i took the morning after pill a while ago that it made me really sick also. Does that mean that the BC is working like a morning after pill or do i need to go to the doctor and get the morning after pill again?? THX
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I'd go get the MAP were I you. The pill can't autmoatically work like EC.

You'll also want a new STD and STI screening soon, too.

And if you keep missing your pills (and to protect against STIs) I'd suggest both that you get in the habit of using condoms and that you discuss possible BC alternatives with your doctor.

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