... period. When am i supposed to start it, on which pills?
It is not all that unusual to skip a period occasionally, especially when first starting the Pill. Just go ahead and start your next pack when it is time. If you miss next months period as well, you will want to see your gynecologist. Your pregnancy test was negative so it is doubtful you are pregnant but sometimes they may need to change formulas for some women. At this point, no worries, just go ahead and start your next pack. You may yet see bleeding. It can sometimes take a few months for your body to get used to the hormones and be regular. The first three weeks of a 28 day pack are the active pills with hormones in them, the 4th week is the inactive pills (usually a different color than the rest of the pack). It is during the 4th week in which you should get a withdrawal bleed (or your "period").
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