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Given your information, it is unlikely you are pregnant. While you missed a pill around the time of your last episode of sex, your new cycle just started so it would be very rare for your body to have produced an egg at that time. Since sperm only survive for 24-48 hours at best, ***** ***** at the end of this time period are not as active, it is unlikely the sperm would had adequately fertilized an egg if there was an egg pregnant.
The second missed pill occurred too far from the sex to have made a difference. So you can relax that the sex on the 18th could have caused a pregnancy.
However since you have missed 2 pills in the same packet cycle I strongly recommend that you use a back up method, condoms + contraceptive cream, for any further sex activity in this blister cycle just to be safer.
I recommend continuing the current blister pack and also use another method in addition to the birth control pills (BCP). As you need additional protection for the remainder of this pack.
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