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Had intercourse after periods. Took pill. Started bleeding between periods. What's going on?

i am just 22 yrs on this november. nd i ve my periods before i ve sex. but after sex and i had taken emergency contraceptive pill cz condom didn t work... it was torned.... so i was scared nd taken the pill on the same day...... bt i ve periods again within 7 it risky.....or am i pregnant or smthng harm.......plz ans my query
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012
It will depend on how long you took before you had sex. if you are always having regular menstruation and ideally a 28 days cycle, then after your last menses, you could engage sex 5 days after the last drop of blood without fear of any risk. To me, the period you talk about is simply as a result of side effect from the pill you took. As most of them always present with skipping of period or abnormal vaginal bleeding. You should presently just allow some time and wait for the period when you normally had to menstruation then give it some few more days before you start thinking of pregnancy.
Hope this helps you.
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Answered: Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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