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Had unprotected sex, took I-pill with light bleeding. UPT negative, taking Regestrone. Am I pregnant?

me and my bf had sex play but no penetration on 9th feb morning. my laat period was on 28 jan. i had i pill on 11th feb night. I had very less bleed on 26th and 27th feb only in day time. firstly thought as periods but doesn t seem to be. Twice had home pregnancy test , results negative. consulted gyane on 9tb march and she suggested Regestrone 5 mg tablet for 3 days thrice a day. Took the same till 11th march. still not got periods. had vomiting yesterday night i.e. 12th march night. am i pregnant. if no, when will i get my periods
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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May 2014
Thanks fort writing in.

You might not have understood the concept of iPill which is an emergency contraceptive to be take within 72 hours of unprotected sex.

If you had possible unprotected sex 28 Jan and took iPill on 11 Feb, with no history of unprotected sex within 72 hours of taking iPill, it was an unnecessary.

Taking iPill can delay periods for a month or two afte you take it due to hormone imbalance. Taking iPill regularly also causes cysts in ovary.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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