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I missed pills and no period, am I Pregnant ?

I am on the birth control pill and have been since May 2009 with no issues. I started my last period on January 17th and started my pills that following Thursday, the 21st. I missed one pill the following Thursday, the 28th and then was late taking another the Sunday, the 31st. I left for vacation on Feb 3 and was late taking a few pills, but never went to 24 hours. I had unprotected sex during my vacation and am worried that I may now be pregnant. I took my last pill on Monday the 8th, but still have not started my period. Do you think that it is possible that I am pregnant?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Feb 2010
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  User's Response

it depends if this happens all the time to you. If your cycle is normal or not. Wait until the next period of nothing take a test,,, if you arent try to be more responsible about taking them... if you arent trying to take them. If you are and trying not to get pregnant then do not even bother to out a chemical in your body you know you wont want to take. Also if you dont like the pills, try the patch, the ring, IUD, the nerplant, any of them they all work the same... but not all like a condom. Up to you and your schedule jus givin as much advice as needed

Answered: Sat, 13 Feb 2010
  Anonymous's Response

i think Waiting till your next cycle date of 17-18th feb should be considered. if no periods  then do a urine test.

Answered: Sat, 13 Feb 2010
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