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could possibly be pregnant or pill has high level of progesterone. need to get checked either way though.

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This has happened to me, im on the pill and thought i'd missed a period cause i was on my 4th sugar pill on my pill free week, but i then came on on my 5th sugar pill.The contraceptive pill can mess with your period massively.Im currently waiting for my period and im on my 3rd sugar pill so dont worry yet!Are you getting period pains at all? cause i do and it lets me know im going to be on late.xXx


If you have vommitted, you are no longer safe. Use a condom for the rest of the month until you get your period and start your new strip. be careful!


The spotting was break through bleeding because you missed the pill for 4 days. Because you missed the pill you did put yourself at risk of pregnancy so yes you could be pregnant.


no, if you are taking the contraceptive as prescribed, which is normally one a day, then it prevents pregnancy 99.9%. If you missed one or more, i would suggest you to take plan b


While the birth control pill tends to make your period more regular, it can also cause a missed or late period. If you haven't missed any pills, there's no special need to worry about pregnancy. If you've missed pills, or if it's your second missed period in a row, take a pregnancy test and contact your health care provider.



Is it normal to get period cramps while on the pill?



first thing in the morning 2 weeks after missed period If you are on a combined pill you should not miss a period and you should not be pregnant if you are taking it correctly. If you are on a progesterone only pill your periods may not be regular so if you think you may be pregnant wait at least 2 weeks after sex.


If you have not missed any birth control pills and have not been on any antibiotics this month or are not taking st johns wart, then you cannot get pregnant while on the pill.


If you missed the pill and got your period, continue taking the pill as scheduled. Consider using the morning after pill if you had sex in the last five days. Use a backup method until you've taken seven pills correctly.


Yes, many women stop menstruating while taking BC pills.


Hi there. A missed BC pill can cause you to be more at risk of pregnancy and it can make your period a day late. It is perfectly fine to miss one pill if you take the next one on time!


You start taking the pill at the end of your period, and then, yes you will not have a period again until the break in the pill.


you probably missed a couple, go back and check your pill pack.


Continue taking the active pill, one for each day you want to delay your period, before taking the non-active pills.


it depends on what you mean by birth control; was it the morning after pill or the daily contraceptive pill? in the case of the morning after pill, then there is an incredibly high chance of effectiveness of the pill and you will most likely not be pregnant. however, if you were referring to the contraceptive pill, it depends on whether you were using it correctly before unprotected sex. if a pill is miss it is recommended that for 7 days after the missed pill that other forms of contraception are used, e.g condoms, as a single missed pill decreases the effectiveness of contraception. also, the pill should be taken at the same time everyday, to increase the chances of not getting pregnant. if your period does not arrive as expected, you should definatly get a pregnancy test.


Matter of hours, up to a day depending how heavy your period is.


The Pill is the name associated with the Contraceptive Birth Control Pill.


dont be alarmed nothin will happen you are ok just remember u will get a period right after ur next one because u missed ur pill :( goodluck :)


Being on the contraceptive pill has its side effects, sore nipples being one of them... it messes your hormones up for a while until you get used to it. This could be a reason?!


Yes. You should continue taking your pill as scheduled, and take a pregnancy test if you missed any pills in the previous cycle.


The pill Trigestrel is a contraceptive. This pill is taken once a month, orally, like many other contraceptive pills on the market.



Go to your doctor and tell him, he will probably change your pill, different contraceptive pills suit different people.



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