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Had stopped pills mid-pack, breakthrough bleeding, brown, period delayed. Is breakthrough my period? Pregnant?

hello, please i need help.. i had stopped pills mid-pack then breakthrough bleeding after 2 days it was brown but the 3rd day got bleeding like a whole pad.. my period due is supposed to be on 5th or 7th of the month but it been 8days delayed or that breakthrough bleeding is my period since i stopped the pill mid pack? got hpt twice negative but the third one is faint on test line.. am i pregnant or not?
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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It is likely that you are experiencing a hormonal disturbance due to irregular usage of the pills. you have a delayed period most probably due to the hormonal imbalance. Your chances of pregnancy are less. If you wish, you can get a serum beta-hCG measurement. See a specialist for a physical exam and further management. Irregular use of oral contraceptives can lead to irregular cycles and so, follow the dosage pattern rigorously to avoid unnecessary complications. Take care.
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