Yes. Although you should probably take a pregnancy test to rule out pregnancy.
In some patients oral contraceptives can cause changes in menstruation. This can vary from heavier or lighter than normal flow, shorter or longer periods or no periods at all.
It may take a few more cycles for your body to adjust.
See your doctor if you are concerned.
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