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Had unprotected intercourse, missed pills, started heavy bleeding, getting cramps. Could i be pregnant?

On wednesday I had sex with my boyfriend, the condom split and I d missed my pill the same day, we did it again without a condom the next day because we didn t think it would make much of a difference, I couldn t get the morning after pill from anywhere, just this morning I started bleeding as though I d came on but it wasn t like my normal period , the blood was dark red/brown and I am on quite heavy, I ve also had really bad menstrual cramps all day, could I be pregnant? I m not due my period why is this happening?
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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Since you missed your pill this could be happening due to sudden withdrawal. You are not protected from pregnancy in this cycle. Please start a new pack from this cycle. If you get a heavier than normal flow, and need medication, see your doctor.
Answered: Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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