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No periods after getting off Cerazette pill. What is the cause?

I took my pill( cerazette ) at 10pm on a friday night (which is normal time) them i ended up staying at my friends house on saturday night and didnt take my pill till 1pm sunday afternoon. to give my body a break and to bleed , i came off my pill the following tuesday. i have not had a blees yet and its been a week, any ideas?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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Thanks for your question.
This history indicated that you took the missed pill after a gap which is more than 12 hours. This much gap reduces efficacy of birth control & warrant extra contraception during the next seven days. In contrast you stopped taking the pill in the next week.
So now, if the missed pill was in the first week of tablet intake and sexual intercourse occurred in the week prior to the pill being missed, then the possibility of a pregnancy should be considered, since you have missed your period.
Take a pregnancy test to rule out this possibility.
Best regards.
Answered: Mon, 14 Apr 2014
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