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Had unprotected sex. Have less bleeding during period. Am I pregnant?

Hi I am 20 yr gal I had unprotected sex wid my partner 4 days after my period ended since it was first tym for both of us it was slight sex n I took ipill 5 hrs later but after 1 week I had my period d bleeding was less den usual n den 15 days later I again had my periods n dis tym bleeding is more den is it I pregnant???
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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thanks for using health care magic
Emergency contraceptive pill has a remarkable effectiveness
when taken within 12 hours following unprotected intercourse.
Also, at 4 days after ending menses, its less likely to be your
fertile period unless you have a particularly short menstrual
cycle say 21 days.
The bleeding that you experience was a result of the hormonal
pill that you took and its but normal.
However, you could do a pregnancy test in a months time to be
Thanks and hope this helps you.
Dr Achuo
Answered: Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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