Anyone using the contraceptive pill knows getting a new script from your doctor every three to four months is a real pain. It means a trip to your GP where there is no doubt a wait and then an additional visit to the chemist to get it filled. So it’s not surprising in our increasingly busy lives, it’s something that can fall to the bottom of the to-do list. But doing so could leave you open to the chance of falling pregnant by accident. Dr Ryan Harvey told 10 daily that it is not uncommon for women to miss a pill or lapse with their contraception, resulting in accidental pregnancy. READ MORE: This Study Claims The Pill Changes Who Women Are Attracted To "I have seen this with my patients," he said, explaining that a typical script in Australia is usually between a three and four month supply. Alternatively, […]