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Have vomiting, navel pain, back pain. Had intercourse. Taken Ipill. Suggest?

My GF had her period on January 7, we gone thru an intercourse on Jan 19 and had i- pill within 2hour. She had got bleeding on Jan 26 and it last for 6days, She got another bleeding on Feb 8, and it last for 5 days. The second one was at the time of normal period. Now on March 7, its her next period date. But it doesn t come yet, and she shows vomiting , navel pain, back pain etc. What happended to her, is she Pregenant? Help us please
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Since she has had two periods since her last encounter, the pregnancy is ruled out. The irregular cycles are commonly seen due to mild hormonal imbalance caused by the emergency pill intake. She needs to get herself evaluated in case the periods do not come for two more weeks.
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Answered: Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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