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Continuous bleeding after taking Unwanted pills. Why no periods?

i did sex with my partner on 21 july..& from 22 my periods wants to be come.but not come..after testing pregnency kit...result positive..then i got 5 pills of unwanted kit on 23-24-25august....and after that contineously done 6days bleedings...but still,no periods october 3rd.what i do now for coming period...plz help..i dont want preganant..tell somthing.....
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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May 2013
Thanks for the query.

After abortion it will take sometime for regeneration of the endometrium.
As you had bleeding for 6 days after taking pills the chance of continuation of the pregnancy is very less.
You can wait for one more week possibly by that time you will get periods, if not consult gynecologist once and undergo ultrasound once which will rule out the possibility of continuation of the pregnancy.
Then with your doctor's advice you can go for tablets for withdrawal bleeding.

Take care.

Answered: Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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