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Period delayed
I took an ipill day before my periods and now I am 5 days late. I also took a pregnancy test today and it's negative. So what do I do now... When can I expect my menses Last menses 25 nov
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Within 10 days
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Take Tablet Meprate 10 mg twice a day for 5 days. You will get your periods after you stop taking the medication after 7-10 days
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First thing  I want to tell you is for your knowledge  that in a cycle of 28 days 14 days are already safe like counting from day 1 to day 7 before and after the periods, so you don't have need to take I pill 1 day before the pds if sex was done.
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You can just wait for your periods .
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Yes dear there is no chance of pregnancy dear don't worry you will expect your periods with delay due to effects of ipill.
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