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Had intercourse. Took Nextchoice. Had light bleeding during periods. Suggestions?

I took next choice 30 minute after intercourse on march 15 after four day I was excepting my period on tuesday march 19 around 3pm I got my period but I ve had mild cramp like i always do but i found it to be strange becase im always a heavy on the first day but this time it was very little bleeding and pinkish/ orange watery blood .. I m not sure if its spotting or my period. Does it mean anything ? Very worried please answer ASAP with clear words. Thank you so much
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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Hi, next choice is Levonorgestrel, a Progerterone. It has a high success rate. It is called as morning after pill or emergency contraceptive pill. The increase in the level of progesterone on taking levonorgesterol, & the sudden fall in its level on stopping it results in withdrawal bleeding & this is the basis of its action. You need not worry as the chances of conception are minimal because the luteolytic action of the drug Levonorgestrel will prevent the conception.
Temporary disruption of menstrual cycle is commonly reported after taking Levonorgestrel. If taken before ovulation it results in immediate withdrawal bleeding ie., within 7 days of taking the pill. But if taken during the late luteal phase, it delays the menstruation by few days. Since you have taken during the late luteal phase, there may be a delay.
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