Microgynon worry, please help :-(

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I'm hoping to get some info about Microgynon as I didn't have a period during my seven day break. I ALWAYS have a period, is this normal? I have the Merina coil too so it's very unlikely I'm pregnant but is it still possible to conceive with double contraception (the Microgynon is to help with mood swings and the Merina is my main contraception)

Also I had a super super faint line on a pregnancy test. Some can see it, some can't. When I made the photo darker in black and white it's really obvious. Is that line just the chemicals underneath?

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    Your best option is to have a doctor do a pregnancy test there tests are alot more accurate than shop brought and if not they will give your more information

    How long have you had your mirena coil in ?

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      Hi sarah92c thanks for your reply, I've had the mirena since summer 2014. I've bought clearblue digital although I'm not sure when to use it for an accurate result, does a missed seven day break period counts as when your last period was due?
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      I dont think the seven day break will give you accurate period time

      I personally think you are not having a period because of you being on two forms of contraception and BOTH are used to reduce or completely stop periods all together

      I know because ivee had both to help my problem (ive been on a period for two years) weve tried everything to stop it.

      However what I will say the mirena coil I had in November 2014 I had it taken out Thursday just gone because of serious problems with it please be carefull with it .


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