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Have pcos. Got periods after stopping medicine. Started contraceptive pill. Need some advice

hi i am 19 year old....n i have pcos ....i had stopped my medicine in february...n got my period 52 days later....then i had an emergency contraceptive pill (ecp) on the 15th day of my menstural cycle....n then another ecp two days after....i had my periods exactly 30 days after my last period.....then i had another ecp on the 7th day of my new menstural cycle n now my perod has come on the 12th day after my last is not spotting as i can see tissue.....i am very stressed..... please help....!!!
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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Hello dear, firstly PCOD patients get irregular periods already plus the effect of emergency contraceptive which is a progesterone and thus can alter your cycle. In my opinion do a urine pregnancy test and if negative just wait for next period. Till then use condom and don't take the emergency pill. From next cycle on use regular contraception. All the best.
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