Micropil Plus Taken Hours Late

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ms oh so bothered Says:
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Im using micropil plus, yesterday I haf an unprotected intercourse and taken the pill two hours late. Cant find any related article, I just want to ask if it still effective or if I can get pregnant.



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Verwon Says:

If you only took it 2 hours late, you should be fine. It usually takes much longer than that to create of risk of pregnancy.

The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including, nausea, dizziness, headache, spotting, irritability, and PMS-like symptoms.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Meg Says:
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Hi. I missed my LAST pill of the cycle, i took it 6 hours later than my usual time. My last intercourse was the day before I missed the pill, and he finished inside me. Do I still have to use protection for the later week even if the missed pill was my LAST pill for the cycle? Should I be worried of being pregnant?

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