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Stopped taking pill due to bleeding in between. Had unprotected sex, still no periods. Is it side effect ?

hi i stopped taking my pill for medical reasons just because i was bleeding in between my pill microgynon 30 thats was at 9th feb had slight light bleed just b 4 i stopped all pill in that cycle had unprotected sex about two week after and ive still not got my period i feel like im going to come on have all signs but no bleed. could i be pregnant or is it side affect from coming off pill was taking microgynon for 6 months.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Thank you for posting your question here, I will try to answer it to the best of my abilities.

When you stop taking the pill, there is usually a seven days protection period, after those seven days having unprotected sex can get you pregnant. So whether or not you are pregnant right now depends completely on whether or not you were ovulating at the time of the act.
So either take an emergency pill that works for more than 24hrs after unprotected sex as soon as possible or just wait and see. You should be able to take a home pregnancy test in around a week from now, that will let you know whether or not you are pregnant.

I hope this answered your question.
Answered: Sun, 14 Jul 2013
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