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Had unprotected sex during periods, took e-pills afterwards. Got periods again, feeling nostalgic. What should i do?

Hi, I had unprotected sex during my periods and took e-pills afterwards. One week later I had my periods again. I know the drug did this. What I don t understand is why its been a week since I got this 2nd period and I feel weak all the time everyday. I don t have appetite for anything solid but fluids. I literally force myself to eat despite feeling nostalgic all the time. My weight has reduced significantly and other people have started noticing his too. What do I do to get back to normal? Am feeling horrible.
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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First of all there was no need to have taken e-pills after the unprotected sex during periods.
Menstrual periods is the time which is supposed to be totally safe.
Nausea,abdominal pain,loss of appetite,tiredness are definitely the signs of side effects of e-pills but it is already a week since you took it and the effect should have wearied down by now.
Wait for another couple of days and if you don't find any improvement,then you should consult your doctor and look for other causes of nausea and loss of appetite.
Hepatitis or some viral infections like hepatitis can cause these symptoms to appear.

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