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Have irregular periods. Took pills. Had unprotected sex. Is there chance of pregnancy?

Im currently on my pill-free week, and my period/bleed was expected 4 days ago but theres still nothing.
I took the entire packet last month, but was a little late on one pill during the first week (around 12hours) and have been a little late on 2/3 more this month, but only around an hour or two. I've been told that that shouldnt really matter, though.
Had unprotected sex with my boyfriend a few times this month, but mostly used condoms.
Im experiencing some little cramps

Is this normal?
Could I be pregnant?

Im 17, 5'7'' &around 13st, and on Microgynon 30. I have been on it for around 4 months and so far no problems.
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Dear user, welcome to healthcare magic.
If you are taking your pills and you have sex this is protected not unprotected sex and over that your partner was using a condom. I think your chances of getting pregnant are very weak.
On the other hand it is not impossible so to make sure that you are not pregnant you can either wait another couple of days for menstruation or have a bood hcg test.
Do not start the new pills unless you are sure that you are not pregnant (after menstruation)
Finally I wish you good luck.
Dr. Ahmed Bahaa.
Answered: Wed, 15 May 2013
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