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Brownish spotting, low period flow. Had unprotected sex. High chance of pregnancy?

hi, i am 18, had unprotected sex on 24/12, and my 2nd last period was on 26/11. my usual length of period is 36-40 days, and then i got my period after sex on 1/1. i also got to a gp and took prostinor 2 within 24 hous. the period on 1/1 was more of brownish on the first day as compared to the previous times, but the 2nd days and after was fine and was a little less compared to previous times though it also spanned through 3-5 days. am i safe or will i have a high chance of pregnancy?
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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Since you have taken prostinor and have got bleeding after that,less likely that you would be pregnant but depends on when you took prostinor it has to be ideally within 72 hrs of unprotected intercourse. But it cannot be ruled out so wait fir your next period or else get a sonography done to confirm your doubt. I would advice you to use proper contraceptive methods rather than using emergency contraceptives as they too harm your body to an extent.
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