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Mid-cycle bleeding after taking unwanted 72, have not got regular periods. How can I avoid pregnancy?

i had umprotected sex on 1st october and took unwanted 72 within 4hrs. and then on 7th october i got period and last for three days i.e. till 9th octobe. i took pregnancy test via preganews on 11th octoberand it was negative. i had my last peroid on 20th september and lasts till 22nd swptember. isthere amy chance to be preganent and when will i get my next period . it is 20th oct and i dont have period what shouls i do?? i am too much worried. i dont wanna be preganent
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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Hello Madam,
Well you have got your periods after about 6 days of taking unwanted 72, and the flow was normal ,I suppose. The dates have been early for which you are worried. I think it may be normal since you have got a withdrawal bleeding, which generally occurs after a few days of progesterone use. Unwanted 72 is a high dose progesterone containing pill named levonorgestrel .So i don't think you have any chances of pregnancy, so be assured.
Well your next periods maybe after one month i.e some where around 7th, if previous cycles are regular. Its normal not to have periods on 22nd October. don't worry.
Answered: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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