I have had sex with my boyfriend a few times, but I had been taking microgestin 1/20 everyday, I didn't miss one, but I did take them at different times. Sometimes 1am sometimes 10pm, depending on when I went to bed. Instead of taking 3 weeks of pills, I took 4 since he was visiting the week I should have been off. I had my period on the 13th of February, then had sex the meg inning of March, so when I stopped the bill I just got brown goop and now it's almost April without a real period. I've been feeling a little queasy the past few days, but I could have a stomach bug because my sister just started the same symptoms today. Ideas?
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replied March 26th, 2016
Hello,
Thanks for submitting your question here.
You are continuously on pills for 4 weeks and this might hamper your internal hormonal balances.A delay in next cycle is thus not unexpected in this condition.
I suggest you to wait for few days more.
Another point of concern is your untimely intake of pills, which might hamper its contraceptive effectiveness partially.
I also suggest you to confirm your non-pregnant status by performing a pregnancy test as you never know!!
Sincerely
Dr Sanjoy



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