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Are there chances of me being pregnant though my periods have been irregular ?

hi i have irregular periods since 6 months and last month i had after 35 days but had flow / spots for 15 days. So doctor adviced tablet. After a week the bleeding stopped completely and I had unprotected sex after 3 days the periods stopped [using tablets] and i consumed ipill on the day i had sex. The periods started again after 8 - 7 days and have very heavy flow. its almost 7 days now.. please suggest is this is the problem because of ipill ? also are there chances of me being pregnant though my periods have been irregular? also on scanning it was found that there is a cyst on ovary.
Asked On : Sun, 20 Feb 2011
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Taking of pills so irregularly will lead to such unexpected bleeding during the month. Avoid taking ipill frequently as a mode of contraception. Instead use regular oral contraceptives. These will help to make your periods regular.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Mon, 21 Feb 2011
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