My period would usually begin before I started the last row in my pack. This month, I have taken the whole pack and haven't started my period. I am on day 29. Could this mean that I am pregnant? I have heard that sometimes after a couple of months of taking the pill, menstruation can cease. So is this normal or is it more likely that I am pregnant?
26 Sep 2010
If you have taken the pills as directed, on time, etc. then there is a very, very small chance (which can happen) of you being pregnant and you could only confirm this by doing a pregnancy test. However, sometimes your cycles can become irregular while being on the pill as well.
So just do a pregnancy test to eliminate that doubt and if you don't have a period soon then please see your doctor.
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