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Have abnormal bleeding without cramps. Had taken Postinor 2. Normal?

Last month, I had my period on d 25th but had unprotected sex on d 28th. I took postinor 2 at once on the next day morning (2nd time i ll take a contraceptive ). One week later, i experienced an abnormal bleeding where the blood is dark in colour (almost brown-black) without any pain or cramp , and lasted more than 1 week. Is it normal or should i consult a gynae?
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thank you for your query.
Am glad you realize that Postinor is no contraceptive, and it goes a long way in messing up the pattern of your menstrual cycles.
Now, for the postinor side effects.
it does cause abnormal bleeding pattern.
Hence, what you experienced a week after taking it, is most probably the effect of Postinor.
I think you should wait till the normal expected time of your period.
If you miss your period by more than a week consult a gynecologist.
Postinor can delay or hasten your normal period by a week also.
take care.
Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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