... July and I took the pill every day at the same time. Today I took my 4th inactive pill for Lutera and I still don't have a period. Should I be worried? Should I finish my inactive pills and have a pregnancy test? If not pregnant just start a new Lutera month after I'm done with the inactive pills? I'm confused, scared and not sure what is going on. I never used Lutera before. I was on Mirena for 10 years, had it out for 6 months and decided to go on Lutera to help me regulate my period
You didn't start it right, so your cycle may be off. What you should do is finish the inactive pills and start the next pack. Never alter your schedule according to bleeding or not bleeding. As long as you used a condom for the first 7 days of the pill, you aren't pregnant. You have less then a 1% chance of pregnancy with the pill. You don't have to do that every time you start a pack, just the first time. If you don't have a period two times in a row see your dr. You will get a period any time during the 7 days of inactive pills.
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