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Having brownish to pink colour bleeding and mild abdominal pain. Any chances of pregnancy?

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I am 23 yr old last perds was on 6 th july , had an intercrs wid my husbnt on 16 th .nd took ipill on 18th ..arrnd 32 hrs after intrcrs..i got bleeding on 27 th july which lasted for 3 days ...bleeding was entirely different from normal periods ...lite brownish to pink colour...i also had mild abdominal pain..was that a withdrawal bleeding or implantation bleeding....Am I pregnent ? Pls answr me...
Posted Thu, 22 Aug 2013 in Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms
Answered by Dr. Deepti Goyal 1 hour later
Hi XXXX, thanks for the asking the query on XXXXXXX

As per your history it seems to be a withdrawal bleeding under the effect of emergency contraceptive pill (I-pill).

You have not mentioned your menstrual history, if I consider your cycle to be a normal 28 days regular cycle then implantation bleeding should occur on the expected date of your period. So most likely you had a withdrawal bleed and it's not an implantation bleed.

Your normal period might be a bit delayed under the effect of emergency contraceptive pill. If you don't get your period on time then I will advise you to have an serum Beta HCG test done, for being sure that you are not pregnant.

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