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Periods not occurring

Last periods ended up on 20 october n sexual intercourse occured on 22 and 27 October and both times i pill was taken within 12hours..then vaginal bleeding occurred on 2 nov n lasts till 6 nov when sex happened on 6 November with condom..n lastly on 13 Nov when again condom was used n sperms were released in it n it was not torned..are there chances of getting pregnant?was that implantation bleeding?
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Dr. Rita Bakshi Delhi | Gynecologist/Obstetrician
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Hello, First of all, completely avoid taking iPill so frequently. Taking iPill so often may impact your period cycles by making them irregular. SInce you have been sexually active, get a urine pregnancy test to confirm your pregnancy. You can also visit my clinic International Fertiltiy Centre located in Green Park, New Delhi for further evaluation. You can mail me your contact details to reach you.
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Dr. Mamta Pattnayak Gurgaon | Gynecologist
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Hi, practo user, first of all i pill should not be taken so frequently. It will do all hormonal imbalance.
All things happen in sept and oct? Nov yet to come.
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Dr. Sowmya Rai Mumbai | Gynecologist/Obstetrician
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Taking ipill is not advisable considering the future.
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Dr. Sachin Dalal Mumbai | Gynecologist
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Ipill gives very high dose of the progesterone hormone to the body and alters the cycle regularity. Don't do anything now.
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Wait for the normal periods to come which will be delayed because of 2 ipills. Check for the urine pregnancy test if periods are delayed.
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Better use a regular contraception rather than ipill.
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