I'm on a yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) and forget 1 tablet on week 2 and noticed it on week 3. I'm almost finishing the pack meaning im late on schedule. I had sex. Help?

Forgotten pill. If you forgot 1 pill a couple of weeks ago and had intercourse last night, it is likely that you won't get pregnant due to the hormones that you have been taking for the past couple of weeks. Just finish out this pack normally and move on to the next pack.

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Yes, if ... If you are taking the pills correctly: meaning you are taking a 28 day pack and not missing any pills. In that situation you are using the pills appropriately and you should not be able to get pregnant since you should not be making an egg (ovulating). Be aware that missing the active pills or taking antibiotics along with the bc pills can decrease their effectiveness, which is typically about 98%. Read more...

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Low risk. No combination of methods is 100% effective at preventing pregnancy. The risk of pregnancy on Yasmin (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) is 3-5% per year of unprotected intercourse. Adding the withdraw method decreases that slightly. So your risk is low but not zero. Best wishes! Read more...

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Most likely... ...He has other issues on his mind as well, but fear of becoming a parent this early is the one he can best point his finger to - the rest being way less clear. Talking and listening are probably the best things you can do. That, and condoms, which decrease very nicely the chances of an std, which could also be a concern for him. Read more...
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