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    Due on my period but still haven't come on, do i continue taking my pill until i come on? ( Not pregnant)
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    An_242064 posted:
    I was due on my period a few days ago but still haven't come on, do I continue taking my pill until i come on? (I know I'm not pregnant because I haven't had sex.)Please help.
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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi and welcome to WebMD,

    It's now four days later so I don't know where things stand now. If you have any questions, please start a new discussion on our Women's Health community (this community is regarding Menopause).


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