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No periods after mirena IUD removal, taking microgestin, had unprotected sex. Does pill affect periods?

I recently had my mirena iud removed about two and a half months ago. I had the iud in for the full five years. I never got my period in those five years, and I still have yet to get it now. I was wondering when i should expect my period. I did have unprotected sex right before removal. I should also mention I am taking microgestin. Does taking another form of birthcontrol effect my period?
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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Dear Sally,
If you had unprotected sex just before removal of mirena and started microgestin straight away, then its unlikely that you are pregnant. Generally one should have their periods during the one week of not taking pills (microgestin). Periods may be delayed for you as you have been using Mirena. Nevertheless you must consult a doctor.

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Answered: Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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