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Had sex after getting off pill. Missed period. What chances of pregnancy?

I been taking the Pills for the last 2 Years, but I got off it on Feburary as my Pill Package was Empty and me and my boyfriend are in a Long Distance Relationships since 7 Months, the last time we saw each other was in Jaunary as we had sex then . but i was still on the pill.. now i been off since feburary, i been getting my periods a few days later then normal expected every month after its May and i was suppose to get it ?? but somehow i stilll didnt get it ? and i have no chance at all of being pregnent ? is that normal? is it because i got of the pill? im just worried
Asked On : Sun, 13 May 2012
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After stopping the pill, it takes some time for your periods to come to regularity. The delay in periods that you are having now could be related to pregnancy. It is best to test your urine for pregnancy to confirm your status.
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Answered: Thu, 17 Jan 2013
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