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Mid-cycle dark brown stains on underwear, blood on wiping. Had taken morning after pill. Implantation bleeding?

I was wondering if I was pregnant or not. I just unprotected sex last Tuesday or Thursday with my boyfriend and he pulled out but we were not for sure if some got inside me. In less than an hour after the event occurred I took the morning after pill . But today i went to the bathroom and i see dark brown blood stains on my underwear and pinkish-red blood come off after i wiped myself with toilet paper. So is that a sign of implantation bleeding or early menstruation cycle?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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Hello and welcome to HCM
The implantation of the fertilized ovum takes place atleast 24 hours after the fetilization.
The bleeding that you have experienced may be due to mid-cycle bleed or early manstrual cycles.
Mid-cycle bleed occurs at the time of ovulation.
Since you have taken morning after pill, you have prevented a pregnancy but you should get the pregnency test done to rule out the pregnancy.
And if it is an early menstrual cycle then there is no chance of pregnancy.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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