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Am I having a miscarriage ?

Two weeks ago I finished my period, but 2 days later I had sex with my partner and the condom broke so I went and took the morning after pill . I have now started bleeding again about 2 days ago! I know the morning after pill can bring your period earlier or make it later but the problem I have is that this bleeding I have at the moment is really heavy with clots and I have hectic pains in my stomach and lower back. even if i sit down too hard it hurts. Am i just having a really heavy period or could it be likely i am having an early miscarriage?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Jun 2010
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hello, Since you took the morning after pill the chances of pregnancy to have occured are very less. The tablets are hormones so they interfere with the normal hormonal cycles in the human body, Therefore most likely you are having a heavy period and i advise you not to use the morning after pill for atleast two months i hope so you got an answer to your query
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