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Delayed periods. Taken Ginet 84, all yellow pills completed, on white tablets for four days. Am I pregnant?

I have been on Ginet 84 and have taken all the yellow tablets, I have been taking the white tablets for four days now but still have not got my period. I was on monofeme before, and with monofeme I would get my period in 3 to 4 days when I was on the inactive pill . So was wondering if ginet 84 works the same or what or am I just being crazy and paranoid thinking I may be pregnant?? Help please!!
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Normally you get periods after 2 to 3 days of finishing your yellow tablets,however it may be delayed by a day or two.Just wait and watch.
The danger of pregnancy is there if you are using this GINET 84 for the first time or just switched from some other contraceptive pill and have not used any barrier method for contraception for initial 14 days and had unprotected sex during those 14 days.
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