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Taking contraceptive pill, had severe bleeding. Date to calculate my next period?

Hello there, On Sunday 11th November I took my last contraceptive pill , then on the 15th November I experienced my breakthrough bleeding . I have not continued to use the contraceptive pill since then. Which date should I be using to calculate when my next real period may be? Furthermore, I had unprotected intercourse with my partner inbetween these two dates, what s the possibility of that creating a pregnancy? Thank You
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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After withdrawal of contraceptive pill, the menstruation usually resumes it's normal pattern from next month.So, if you have 30 days cycle you will get next cycle on 15th December.
The ovulation mostly resumes back after withdrawal of contraceptive pills In case you had unprotected sex 14 days prior to the next period ( Ovulation day), you are likely to conceive.
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