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How can I confirm if I'm pregnant or not even after taking i-pill just after 18hrs of intercourse ?

I hv tkn i-pill after 18hrs of intercourse. within next 5 days bleeding started, n my period date will be on coming 15 days i.e on 30 nov i had read dat there could be a side effects of taking i pill for fes days and i have taken antibiotic Moxikind yesterday for cold and bleeding stars in evening its because of what i m afraid? just want to knw i m safe or not i mean m i pregnantor shd i consult the gynic? Pls suggest?
Asked On : Mon, 15 Nov 2010
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Hi welcome to Healthcaremagic

Hi..., the above history of bleeding indicates, that you are not pregnant..
since you have taken the medications there will be bleeding for few more days and stop...
If the bleeding continues.., then you must consult a gynecologist..
Hope I have answered your question..

Answered: Fri, 26 Aug 2011
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