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Heavy bleeding few days after taking next choice pill, had period before intercourse. Pregnancy?

I started my period on Jan 6th and on Jan 10th I finished. Then on Jan 13th I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend around 12:30am. I dont take birth control . So 14hours later I took the 1st next choice pill then 12hours later I took the 2nd pill just like the instructions said. Its been 3days later since the pill. Today on Jan 19th I woke up with heavy bleeding . Is this normal? Since i had my period not that long ago. Its been 9days since I finished my last period on jan 10th. Am I pregnant?
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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No,bleeding is normal and it is expected to be heavy as you have taken hormonal pills so don't worry as you are having bleeding it is less likely that you are pregnant and this sort of bleeding is expected when you take emergency contraceptive pills no matter when you had your last period.
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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