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Had unprotected sex. Took pill. Having body pain, sore throat, bleeding. Is there any effect on the womb?

hi i had sex sometime last week n the condom burst so i took the emergency pill a day after the next day i woke up and my body hurts really bad includin my head n i got a sorethroat too its been 5 days n i stil have these symptoms when will all of this stop o n thats the second time i am takin this pill i took it two months ago n experienced bleedin two days after and it lasted a week after that my priod came two weeks late the thing is i dnt kno what to expect since thats the second time i took it.will this affect my womb will i beable to make babies in the future can i take this pill if this happens again i jus need to kno n 1 more thing can i still av sex while am goin through all these side effects HELP
Asked On : Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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From your history it seems that the problems you are having might be due to throat infection you have.
It may not be any connection with the emergency pill you took.
Consult your doctor and go for antibiotic medicine and you will bw alright.
As you are taking emergency pill often,it is not good as it is a hormonal preparation so it may cause hormonal imbalance in future if taken very often.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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