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Ok, i wrote this post somewhere else but Im really desperate for advice. Im usually on the pill (contraceptive). last month I was late taking it so I decided not to take it at all for the whole month. I had protected sex with my boyfriend and everything. (He used a condom everytime)... but the thing is... Im late! I really dont know what to do... Is it normal to be late cause I wasnt on the pill this month? ... Please help me!
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If you stopped taking the pill at any point in your cycle last month, it wouldn't be unusual for your period to be on a different pattern, either early or late. The pill artificially regulates the schedule on which you menstruate, and your own cycle is probably not the same. So, as long as you used condoms and used them correctly, you're fine
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