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Bleeding after taking two packs of Cilest back to back. Should I take a break or continue?

Hi, I am on cilest, have been for about 6 months. I have just taken two packs back to back, so no 7 day break. I had sex with my bf two nights ago and was pouring blood like a period, I have 2 weeks left in pill pkt. I did not bleed yesterday, but today I have done with cramps . Do I take my 7 day pill break now or keep taking it?? Oh also I missed a pill about a week ago? Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Thank you for choosing Healthcaremagic. Its unlikely to be pregnant when you are on pills, what I suggest you is wait for next periods if you miss the subsequent period then you need to confirm it by urine pregnancy test.
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