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Took novinette to delay period. Had sex. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi, i took the birth control novinette to delay my period. i started taking it a week before it was due because of my honeymoo. it worked, and sure enough, my period showed up 12 days after it was expected. i had sex maybe 8days(from december 12th) after and now am two weeks late. i have PCOS . I have been pregnant before and have one child. is it possible to be pregnant? or did the BC offset my cycle.i was expecting my period at least Jan. 5th although am usually a 25-26 day cycle. its Jan.18th.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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The delay in your periods could be due to the birth control that you used or related to PCOD, stress or anxiety.
Pregnancy is also a possibility and should be ruled out after a urine test.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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