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Any chance of pregnancy after taking ipill? Have abdominal pain and white discharge

is there any chance of pregnancy after taking i- pill . i took the medicine after one hr of sex. my boyfriend didnt enter his penis . but it touched . my due date was 2nd sept .. and i took the pill at 15 th sep..after taking the pill i have periods at 20th sept. after some days fro 3rd oct i have some abdominal pain and releasing some white discharge . is there any chance of pregnancy?
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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In the manner in which the intercourse happened and the fact that you had taken the emergency contraception soon after, implies that you were adequately protected. The bleeding that happened after the pill intake was due to the withdrawal effect caused by the high hormone content in the pill. You may expect a period delay by a week or two and if you do not see your next natural period even after ten days after it is due, please get help from a specialist in person. Hope this helps.
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