Missed withdrawl period on the pill should I be worried

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I have started my first pack of birth control and took my last pill Tuesday night for a 7 day break and still haven’t started my period. During my time taking the pill the condom split after day 5 of usage so decided to get the morning after just to be safe incase the pill wasn’t yet effective. After 2 weeks of taking the pill I have had unprotected sex but being as safe as possible. Should I be worried?
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I have started my first pack of birth control and took my last pill Tuesday night for a 7 day break and still haven’t started my period. During my time taking the pill the condom split after day 5 of usage so decided to get the morning after just to be safe incase the pill wasn’t yet effective. After 2 weeks of taking the pill I have had unprotected sex but being as safe as possible. Should I be worried?
If you are worried about things after having unprotected sex then just do a pregnancy test about week after you did deeds. ( can do it between 7 - 21 days)

But as you were sensible and took the morning after pill then you should be absolutely fine ok.

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If you're on birth control and not getting your period during your placebo week, there's no need to worry, especially if you know you've been taking your pill every day. It's normal for your period to be lighter and shorter than usual, especially if you've been on birth control for a while.

Is it normal to miss a withdrawal bleed on the pill........
If you're taking oral contraceptives, missing a “period” (it's actually just withdrawal bleeding) might be confusing. But missing a withdrawal bleed on birth control isn't that uncommon.
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