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Had sex, taken unwanted pill. Red vaginal discharge. Am I pregnant?

Hello, i m having sex with my bf on 8 sep n 9sep just aftr 8days of ending my period nd take 1 unwantd withn 24 hr.n then again had intercourse on 21sep n again take 1unwantd, my due date for period is 30 bt frm last 2-3days i have some red colour vaginal discharg in low amt, what does it indicate,is im pregnent. Plz sir help me out i m vry tensd
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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Mar 2016
Welcome to HCM.
You did sex on 8th & 9th Sept just after 8 days of your last period and on 21st Sept.So your last LMP was probably 30th Aug or 1st Sept.You also took Unwanted 72 pill within 24hr.
Your period due date is 30th Sept.So ovulation occurs around 16th day. You did sex almost in safe period or non-fertile zone with taking extra precaution like Emergency pill.
So chance of pregnancy is almost nil.
Your red vaginal discharge is probably due to withdrawal bleeding of emergency pill and not actual period.So wait for your coming period.
Be well.
Answered: Mon, 27 Jan 2014
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