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Abdominal pain, intermittent bleeding. Had taken i-pill. Due to pill or pregnancy?

hi...we didnt had proper sex but his precum might have entered my vagina .m a virgin oderwise.this thing happened on 21.01.13 n i took an i pill the same day after an last period was on m having abdominal pain n very less and intermittent this due to i pill or my normal period. Is there any probabilty i mite be pregnant?
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCm, I am Dr. Das

Look, the basic problem here is the ipill.

It contains some hormonal analogues.

As a side effects these cause intermittent bleeding and delay in pregnancy.

You should wait for the normal period for some days. If period does not occur within that period, you should do a pregnancy test. After that consult with a gynecologist for further management.

Answered: Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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