Last month I thought I missed a pill so took two in one day. So my pack finished a day early. My period came and then I started the next pack a day earlier to maintain only a 7 day gap. I took the pill as normal all month.now no period


If you missed a pill and took

If you missed a pill and took two in one day you would have finished at the normal time. It sounds like you THOUGHT you missed one but actually didn't so you took one pill one day, two the next and then one a day for the rest of your pack and that would make you finish a day early. You should not start your pills before the actual start date. Usually this is a Sunday. If you did not miss any more pills you should still be protected against pregnancy. Some women have what is called a "Silent Period" when they are on the pill and basically means once in a while you don't bleed when you are on your last week of pills when you usually have a period. This may be what has happened to you. However, I recommend just to be sa, fe, if you do not get your period within two weeks, take a pregnancy test. Keep taking your pill every day and if you do not get a period and your pregnancy test is negative, I would advise calling your gyn.
Hope this help!
Kelly

Kelly J. Connell, M.S.Ed., Ph.D(c)
Sexuality Educator and Consultant

 
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