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Having mild brownish discharge after taking emergency contraceptive pill. What are the chances of pregnancy?

good day doctor... me wife finished periods on 14 th , we had unprotected sex on 16th, few hours later we had morning pill(emergency contraceptive )like i pill , unwanted 72 , plan b.... n after 3 days , yesterday she ws having light brownish discharge ,which turned red scanty discharge... we are worried she pregnant...but we hade dat emergency pill within four hours and she just finished with periods on 14th... please help...
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Hi Sumit,
Thanks for posting your query.
Your wife can not be pregnant because you had sex in safe period & had taken emergency pill within time.
she was having spotting, that was a side effect of emergency pill & these pills can prep one or postpone her period by one week.
So don't worry & get relaxed.
Take care.
Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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