please help me

Jezeil - posted on 05/26/2015 ( 3 moms have responded )

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i had unprtotected sex before i took one pill and then had unprotected sex again since i took pill then after the 2nd day of taking pill i took 4pills in the morning and 4 pills at night because my guy not ready for having a baby but everytime i took 8 pills i keep thrown it and i read its not wont be effective do i get pregnant?

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Cutemommy - posted on 05/26/2015

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what pills are you taking? If he is not ready to have a baby he better wrap up is weenie, whether your on birth control or not.

Raye - posted on 05/26/2015

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So, I just read your other post, and you say you're taking 8 birth control pills in a day. That's not how it works, sweetie. Hormonal contraception (birth control pills) need to be taken EVERY day... ONE pill per day, at the same time every day... even if you're not having sex. It usually takes 7 days when you first start taking them to be effective. I highly doubt that taking 4 or 8 in a day would prevent anything. It would mess up your cycle and is why you threw up.

I hope you are not pregnant. And I hope you start using the pill the right way, or use condoms, or stop having sex if you don't want to get pregnant.

Raye - posted on 05/26/2015

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Do you mean the "morning after pill" (Plan B or ella)? You should not be taking more than 1 pill at a time and not more than two pills 12 hours apart. I can't even imagine what 4 pills would do to your body, and 8 pills is really bad and probably will cause a huge hormonal imbalance. More is not better. You need to read and follow the instructions.

If you don't want to get pregnant, you need to be using condoms and/or get on birth control pills (the normal kind, not emergency contraceptives).

Anytime you have sex you could get pregnant. The morning after pill should not be used for every time you have sex. It is not 100% effective and is harder on your body than other forms of birth control. Condoms are the best choice for preventing pregnancy and preventing exchange of sexually transmitted diseases, but they are not 100% effective. Birth control pills are good for preventing pregnancy, but are not 100% effective. The only thing that is 100% is not engaging in sexual activity.

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