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How long will the vaginal bleeding continue after taking the unwanted 72 pill ?

hi, i m 33 yr old , my periods always last for 3-4 days. first time i had intercourse ,protected sex on 3rd day of periods . Next day after 24 hours, i took unwanted 72 pill and on 5th day after taking pill started less volume vaginal bleeding light red color, then brownish , which is till now. For how many more days will this bleeding happen? Is there any chance of getting pregnant?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jul 2011
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Pediatrician 's  Response
hi Sara
welcome to HCM
read your prob , do not worry, you have done sex on 3rd day of period, so there is much less (negligible) chance of getting pregnant. as ovulation started after around 8th day of period.n you did protected sex , so there is no chance.
some time after getting that pill bleeding started, so do not worry.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Preetesh Sahani's  Response
welcome to health care magic.well you say that you had protected sex.i any case if had it on the third day of perods then it comes under the safe period so no chances of getting pregnant and the scanty flow that you are having now will be for a few days (2 to 3)and then dissappear.but if incase it still continues then you should consult a gyanecologist.
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OBGYN Dr. Rhea Chanda's  Response
There was no chance of pregnancy in the first place.You shouldnt have taken the pill at all.You will have irregular bleeding now for some time.This is a side effect.It can last upto a week.
Answered: Sun, 3 Jul 2011
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