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Had sex, took pills, bleeding for 6 days, delayed periods, had signs of ovulation. Should I be worried?

On July 5th I had sex. I do not know if it was protected or unprotected as I was intoxicated but I did find the condom wrapper the next morning. I took Plan B one step within 11 hours and started bleeding for 6 days exactly a week after taking the pill . I was due for my period July 25th and havent gotten it yet. Since I bled after taking Plan B is it unlikely that I am pregnant? The past week I have had signs of ovulation; (clear/white discharge , sore nipples , and cramping in my left ovary , along with headaches and moodiness). Am I in the clear or should I still be worried?
Asked On : Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
As you have withdrawal bleed of after pill there is no chances of pregnancy.
This is the reason that due to hormonal imbalance you have delayed period too.
Nothing to worry.
Wait for your regular period.
Answered: Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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