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Had sex after periods. Took postinor, bleeding, mucus, brown discharge, stomach uncomfortable. Whats happening?

I had sex with my bf about 3-4 days after my period and i took Postinor 2 and abt another 4-5 days after that i noticed some bleeding as if it was a light period. However it is more mucusy and i noticed around the 4th and 5th day it was more of a brownish colour. As well as my lower tummy feels hollow or slighlty uncomfortable. What exactly is happening
Asked On : Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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Welcome to HCM.
Bleeding is due to withdrawal effect of postinor Bleeding will continue up to it's effect.Lower abdomen uncomfortable is due to uterine cramp.
always go for protected sex.
You did sex after 3 to 5th day of period is safe period and no need to take postinor 2.
Consult your gynecologist for further guidance and medical management.
Answered: Thu, 18 Jul 2013
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