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Had sex first time and took contraceptive pill, started bleeding after. Expect delayed periods or pregnancy?

hi,i am 22 years old ,had sex for the first time and he was also a virgin ,i had i pill contraceptive after having sex.and after that i started bleeding and it last for seven days nw it has stopped and m waiting for my periods .my question is should i be preganant after having i pill and how many days periods will be delayed
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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I-pill contains excess hormone that disrupts the normal hormonal equilibrium of the body and thus, results in breakthrough bleeding most of the time. It also disturbs the normal menstrual pattern and period is mostly delayed. The efficiency of the pill is about 85% on an average and the earlier it is taken after the act, the more efficient it is. Your normal menstrual cycles usually get back after this one. If you do not get a period within 10-14 days after the expected date, you should visit your consultant for an evaluation. Take care.
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