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I've Been taking a birth control pill, this is my second month: is the pill efective? Can I have unprotected sex and not worry about pregnancy?

Birth control. You are protected after one week of starting oral contraceptives IF you have been taking them properly. Remember that this is birth control and not STI protection and a condom would be recommended. Read more...

I had unprotected sex 8 days ago and have been taking my birth control pill regularly. I now want to go off of it -is there a high risk of pregnancy?

What are your plans? If you go off your birth control then you will no longer be protected against pregnancy. If you continue to have sex without condoms or another form of birth control then pregnancy is very likely. About 90% of couples who have sex unprotected will be pregnant within 12 months. Read more...
No. 8 days after unprotected intercourse, the risk is low. Sperm usually don't survive for 8 days. Its usually recommended that you finish the current pill pack to prevent an early period and possibly a few months of irregular periods. Best wishes! Read more...

I haven't had my birth control pill for 3 days and I've had unprotected sex. Should I take the bc pill or wait and do a pregnancy test?

Plan B ASAP. read your package insert. Some birth control pills can be used as emergency contraception. The package insert tells you how many to take at once. But the best thing to do is probably to take plan B ASAP. If you have problem remembering to take your birth control pills, talk to your doctor about nexplanon or an IUD. Read more...

I had unprotected sex on my most fertile day. I also forgot to take my birth control pill on this day. What are my chances or pregnancy?

Always a chance. Did you take two pills the following day and continue the rest of the pack? If so your chances are low, if not do a pregnancy test at the end of this cycle. Read more...