The answer to your questions depends on how long your cycle normally is. But, in general, based on a 28 day cycle, you should have seen your period on the 27th of March (cycle day 28). Cycle day 1 is the first day of your period. If you are sexually active, you might want to take a pregnancy test to see if you are just late or pregnant. It is possible to have an "off" cycle every now and then, but it would definitely be worth taking a test to be sure. A lot of clinics and doctors offices offer free pregnancy tests, so look around if cost is an issue for you. Good Luck.
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