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Abnormal period. Taken morning after pill after having unprotected sex. Could I be pregnant?

hi doc my last period was not normal at all, came late and very light. lasted only half a day( normal is usually 3-4 days) my fiance and i had unprotected sex a wk later and took morning after pill . its a wk now but iam (pardon me on this one) farting alot. could i be pregnant? i have not taken any test yet at this stage
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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As you had intercourse one week after the period, it may not have fallen inside the fertile period. Also, since you took the emergency pill, you are safe. The reason for your last scanty period should be known. Gaseous distension of the abdomen is part of the premenstrual state. You can wait for a week before you take a pregnancy test, preferably a blood test. I advice you to consult a gynecologist if you do not a cycle and get evaluated for proper management; your cycle may get delayed as you have taken the pill. Take care.
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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