Missed Three Tri Sprintec Pills In Week One.

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Alexa Says:
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Last week I started my new pack of tri sprintec. I somehow missed three pills in week one, and took two pills that Sunday (the day I realized). I didn't start a new pack, and this week I had unprotected intercourse five days after Sunday. I know my risks for pregnancy are very high, but are there any suggestions on what to do now?

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David Says:


When you engage in that level of intimacy with your partner, assuming the risk of pregnancy is something that both individuals have to live with and be mentally prepared for in the event that something does/doesn't go as planned. But "what's done is already done" and you can't go back in time to reverse it... So with that said, I would just encourage you to continue taking your pills as prescribed and from this point onward, just try to be more mindful of the risk factors if you don't have protection. That's honestly the most straight forward (not beating around the bush) feedback I can give you when it comes to suggestions on what to do now. I hope everything turns out for the best.. Take care!

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