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Had unprotected sex, consumed i-pills. Get periods twice a month. Period missed. Possible reason?

I have a bf and we always have unprotected sex . I have consumed a lot of ipills in the past . For 4 to 5 months i used to get my periods twice ie from june to october last year . And in november i got it jus once . And den again in dec and jan i did not get my periods and i got my last period on 2 feb dis year . I stil hvnt got my periods this month . And m very scared . What is the reason . Whenever we have sex he nvr leaves it inside me . I am very scared to go to a gynac . M 22 yrs old . Please help
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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thank you for your query
i went through your query, when your partner is not ejaculating in your vagina, no chance of pregnacy.

as your periods are not regular it may be of hormonal imbalance are any other cause so consult your gynaecologist to regularise your periods.

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Answered: Thu, 8 Aug 2013
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