Skipped White Pills!

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alr Says:
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I started lo loestrin fe 3 months ago and I didn't realize until now you are supposed to take the white pills! Last month I had cramps and spotting when I should have had period. I haven't taken any white but never missed blue pills. I am 18 days into my new pack and am extremely worried I could have gotten pregnant. What are the chances?!



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Verwon Says:

Yes, you are supposed to take those ones, they do contain an active hormone, so there could be a risk of getting pregnant.

Probably not a very high one, since theoretically, you were at the end of your cycle at that point, not in the middle where you'd normally ovulate. If you don't get your period, when it's due then having yourself checked for pregnancy would be a good idea.

But otherwise, if you start, you're in the clear and you know to take the white ones from now on.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Shelley Says:

same exact thing happened to me!!! I have been throwing the white ones away! I had intercourse on the very last day of the pack. Now it's 4 days later, Im really afraid I'm pregnant now.

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