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Had unprotected sex, taken Unwanted 72. Dark bleeding. Chance of pregnancy?

I had my last period on 1st Jan and had unprotected sex on the 4th day.but I took unwanted72 the next day. Today is the 11th day after my last period and I have bleeding which is kinda dark brown or dark red color and the flow is very light than my normal period. This is the first time im experiencing it though I ve taken unwanted 72 several times it something serious or is it becoz of the pills. Is there a chance of pragnancy? I m so nervous...pliss help
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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Mar 2016
Your current dark brown vaginal bleeding (similar to period) is due to withdrawal effect of the unwanted 72. It is quite common phenomena following taking the emergency pill and bleeding starts within 7 days. You don't be worried/tensed as it stops automatically.
You were involved in unprotected sex around the safe period zone as per calculation of ovulation time (as it occurs 14 days before next due date). Also you took unwanted 72 on next day. So there is no chance of pregnancy as it is more than 99% effective in preventing unwanted pregnancy.
Your next period may be delayed or earlier due to hormonal imbalance associated with unwanted 72. Practice safe sex in future.
Be well.
Answered: Thu, 30 Oct 2014
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