I suggest you head for the nearest planned parenthood and explain the situation and ask them if they can prescribe you a pack to tide you over.
If not, well, nobody can tell you how badly it will mess up your period - it's different for everyone . There are no more serious consequences to taking a longer break than that. You'll just have to start over again from scratch.
Hope you find the missing pack in the meantime!View Thread
You haven't been on your period for 7 weeks - you're suffering from abnormal vaginal bleeding. Yes, you should absolutely see your doctor about this. It may or may not be related to your abortion.View Thread
All it means is that either your cycle pattern changed this month (and our cycles can vary thoughout out reproductive lives) or that you simply didn't ovulate this month (something that happens to nearly all of us at least once) - no ovulation = no period. There really isn't anything to worry about.
As you seem to think you might possibly be pregnant, wait for another week and test again. If it's negative, accept that.View Thread
No. This is the result of stopping your pills mid-pack. Any time you do not complete a pack correctly (and that includes missing pills) it can completely mess up your cycle. It will eventually settle down. Give it a week and see how things are.View Thread