When first going off birth control, it may take a few months for your period to return to normal. It's recommended you wait at least two non-pill cycles before getting pregnant if only to make it easier to date your pregnancy.View Thread
When you go off the pill, you may be irregular since your body has to re-learn how to regulate its own hormones. Since you've missed two periods and are getting negative test results, it might not hurt to see your doctor. They can give you something to jump start your period.View Thread
Also, you are not supposed to stop taking the pills until pregnancy is confirmed because stopping the pills mid-pack will mess up your hormones and may cause your period to either come now or late.View Thread
Have you been taking bc pills and then changed to Gynera or is this the first time you've taken any type of bc pills?
Most of the time, you are told to use a back-up form of birth control such as a condom for the first 7 days of taking the pill. It's too late to take emergency contraception (Plan for the Feb 12 unprotected sex since you have to take it within 72 hours of unprotected sex. It's also almost too late to take it for the Feb 14 incident.
Yes, you could be pregnant. At this point the only thing you can do is wait and see if your period comes.View Thread
My doctor considers anyone over 35 high risk but said that really doesn't mean much. As long as you're healthy, there shouldn't be any problems with a pregnancy. I had DS at 38 and DD at 40. The chances of you having a baby with problems goes up slightly but not enough to really worry about. If you are pregnant, your doctor will do plenty of testing to make sure everything is okay.View Thread