There could be a small chance you could be pregnant as birth control methods are generally not 100% effective, but I would expect the chance would be small given that condoms are a good birth control method if used correctly.
To make sure you’re not pregnant you can do a pregnancy test 7 days after your missed period. If someone has irregular periods, its best to allow for the longest cycle you have had recently when working out when you should do the pregnancy test for the most accurate result.
Abortions are free if you have MSP coverage in BC. If you do not have medical coverage in BC have a look at the Everywoman’s health center FAQ page for details on how much they cost in BC.
If you would like to talk to someone in person about birth control matters you can also call the Sex Sense line at Options for Sexual Health.
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