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Delayed periods, had mid-cycle bleeding post intake of i-pill. Side-effects?

i had my last period on 20th Feb, after that took an ipill on 25th feb after unprotected sex on 24th evening within 24 hrs. Experienced unusual blleding on 2nd MARCH which lasted 4 days. i was expecting my period on the 25th of this month which is my normal date but haven t had my periods yet till now. is everythng ok ? have read articles that intake of i-pill delays period.. Please advise
Asked On : Tue, 3 Apr 2012
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Hi, don't worry, all will be fine. Actually when you had unusual bleeding on 2nd March, it became your last period & now your new expected date of period was 2nd April. If you are still not getting your period you should do a pregnancy test, when you are late for a week or so. Please consider taking a regular birth control if you want to avoid all this anxiety in future. Take care.
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