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Had intercourse. Taken I pill. Done US. What do we expect?

i took ipill on 24th Feb. after having physical intercourse with my husband. From 1st march i am bleeding, i thought it was my regular mensuration cycle as was due on the same date. But from a month i am facing this bleeding problem. I check UPT and found positive result. Also did ultra sound but baby is not reflecting there. Now kindly guide further.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Emergency pill is very effective in preventing conception and as you have taken it soon after the accident, you should be very much protected. Emergency pill can cause breakthrough bleeding as it interferes with the normal menstrual pattern owing to the high hormone content, but such continuous bleeding is cause for concern. You should get a serum beta-hCG titre and a trans-vaginal sonogram and consult a specialist for a proper appraisal of the situation. Good luck.
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