Skipping a period while using birth control is common and usually no cause for concern. If there is a chance of pregnancy, taking a pregnancy test to rule that out might be a good idea. If it's negative, I wouldn't worry.View Thread
If it was a miscarriage, there would be more bleeding than spotting. Some women take longer to show on a pregnancy test while others never show. Wait and see if you get a period and if not, test again.View Thread
You should have just kept taking the pills as scheduled. Missing one pill shouldn't have affected anything. Stopping the pill mid-cycle messed things up so there's no way of knowing if you're pregnant or not. Wait at least two weeks after having sex then test.
If you don't want to be pregnant, at least use condoms if you're unsure if you're covered by your BC.View Thread
As nothing except abstinence is 100%, pregnancy is a possibility. I was at the doctor's yesterday and a poster in the exam room said you may experience lighter periods and they may even stop altogether while using Mirena.View Thread
If you've had five negative pregnancy tests then you're probably not pregnant. Skipping a period is common and will happen to most women at least once during their reproductive years. If you miss a second period and are still getting negative tests, see your doctor.View Thread