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Had unprotected sex. Bleeding after taking new choice pill. Should I be concerned?

This is regarding the morning after pill ... I had unprotected sex on day six of my period, no he did not ejaculate inside but pulled out. I was worried and took the new choice morning after pill 14 hours of unprotected sex. I have bleeding off and on since this and now bleeding very heavy. Should I be concerned or is this normal? and how long will the bleeding continue and what will this do for my regular cycle due next month? I also had been taking an antibiotic as well at the time of intercourse.
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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The bleeding you are experiencing is most likely due to the high dose of hormone present in the pill. Since you are bleeding heavily, I advice you to see your gynecologist for an evaluation of the situation and proper management. It is more likely that your next cycle may be disturbed after the pill owing to the hormonal imbalance created. Take care.
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