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Had unprotected sex. Took nordette pills and again had sex. Missing periods. Pregnancy test negative. Any suggestion?

hello dr. I had unprotected sex in the 27th day of my cycle. And took nordette pills 6 and a half hours later after unprotected sex. I took 4 pills at the first dose and 4 pills after 12 h. Now Im on my 36th day and still no period but I am really dry right now. I usually get my period 28-32 days.. I took 2 pregnancy tests and both came negative. Why is my period late? Its been 8 days after I took the second dose of nordette.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Thanks for your query,
You have unprotected sex on 27 th day of cycle so there were no chances of being pregnant.
You have confirmed it with pregnancy test.
The reason of your late period is 6 tablets you have this pills causes hormonal changes in body your cycle pattern disturbed.
Wait for bleeding you will get it.OK
Answered: Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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