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Period is late. Had sex. Pregnancy test negative. What to do?

I'm 22 yrs old...I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend on 15th feb and took an ipill on the 17th and got bleeding within 2 days of consumption and it lasted for 4 days..and again i got spotting (it was literally 1 spot of blood daily) in march on the 8th, 9th and 10th...then again I had sex in march around the same haven't got my period since regular date of getting period is acc to tht I should have gotten my periods by max. March it's April 10th now...n I haven't gotten it yet..n I'm worried...I did 2 pregnancy test 5 days ago...1 in the evening and the other in the morning and both were negative...what do I do..I'm I pregnant?
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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The oral contraceptives interferes with the cycles and it may delay the cycles or even you can miss a cycle. if you have tested negative for pregnancy then it means that you are not pregnant but still for more accurate result you can have beta HCG levels which will give you definite results.

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