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Absence of periods after unprotected sex, taken i-pill. Taken misoprostol. What can be done for bldding to start?

my period date is 16th of every month and this month it didn t start till 23rd.on 23rd i had an unprotected sex after 9 hours i have taken an i- pill and waited for bleeding but it didn t on 28th i had one MT PILL orally after 7 hours i had one misoprostol orally but till now my bleeding didn t start what should i do now????????????
Asked On : Sun, 1 Apr 2012
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Based on what you wrote, it sounds like your period this month started on the 23rd, and that you had sex that same day? I am not totally sure if I understood your question, but if indeed this is what happened, then your next period will probably not come for a few weeks. After the iPill, it may take some time before your period comes. The chances of pregnancy are essentially zero at this time, so I wouldn't worry about it too much. Your cycles will return, but probably not for a few weeks. I hope this answers your question. If I misunderstood you, or if you have any more questions, please let me know and I will do my best to help.
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