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Unprotected sex, taken pills, delayed periods, pregnant?

I am on a birth control pill and have been for about two years. I almost always use a condom with my boyfriend of three years, but sometimes we don t. Before I got my last period , we did have sex without a condom a few times, but I took my pill regularly and every day. However, now I have had my period for nine days in a row, which never happens. I always get it for exactly seven days. Is there any chance this could mean I am pregnant? Should I take a test or go to the doctor?
Asked On : Fri, 20 Apr 2012
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Thanks for query.
I think as you say you are taking pills regularly or you are using condom occasionally,but that i think a sufficient protection.
changes in period because of pills also.
If you missed your period go and consult the doctor.
I think you are not pregnant.
take care.
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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