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Continuous bleeding after taking ipill. Reason?

Hi In the month of Dec i took i pill then within a week my periods got started (25th Dec).Its been a pretty long time am getting heavy periods.First two days were just spots and then it turned into heavy.Its 6 th Jan and now the flow is low its not that heavy.Please tell what does this mean? I took i pill within 24hrs.
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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According to your symptoms it appears as though you have had withdrawal bleeding subsequent to the use of the emergency pill, which contains high hormone dose. Usually, this withdrawal bleeding is mild, but, since you are experiencing heavy bleeding you may need further treatment to control it, in the form of styptics or further hormones. A physical exam by a specialist, blood counts and rest are needed. Please do not use emergency pills frequently as they can cause severe hormonal imbalance and infertility in future. Hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 20 May 2014
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