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Had unprotected sex. Precaution? Why no period?

Hello.I had unprotected sex on 18 may 2012 and then took i pill after 2-3 hours as precaution and it was my first time :(....Then after 5 days I had very heavy bleeding and it went on for 10-11 days...It was red and very heavy..Since then i took 4 hpt but all negative and I still haven t got my period..I m under constant stress and I m freaking out..It s very tough for me to visit doctor..Can you please tell me ..what shoul i do ? :( :( :(
Asked On : Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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Hi thanks for your question ,you had unprotected sex,and then took emergency contraceptive pill,which led to heavy bleeding after 5 days for 11 days.Relax all this is normal, and happens after emergency bleed 5days after unprotected sex so no question of pregnancy so pregnancy test have to come negative.Relax tension is common cause of delayed periods.i hope i addressed your concern for any further query your welcome back to HCM.
Answered: Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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