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Why have I missed my periods this month inspite of taking I-pill after intercourse ?

i had sex with my partner on 1 march, my period come on 3rd march but still i didnt get my period. i also check the pregancy urine test . Its negtaive. I had sex again with my partner on 8th march. this tym I also took i pill but still didnt gota period. What the reason. Please help me I m 21 year old girl.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Mar 2011
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First, Kindly let me know when was your LMP, if your expected period was on 3rd March, your LMP was on 3rd Feb i assume. Fine, if this was the case, your fertile period was from 13th to 22nd Feb. Since you have had sex on 1st March, it should not cause Pregnancy. You can just wait for them to occur, which may have happened due to Hormonal Imbalance, if not you should get yourself examined by a Gynecologist after 2 weeks of missing your Period.
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