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I got dark brown discharge after taking i-pill. Is this period or withdrawal bleeding?

I had my periods on 10th of March and then had an i pill on 19th March, about 4 hours after unprotected sex. I have got some dark brown and lil reddish blood like discharge, probably spotting on 26th March. Is it a side effect of i pill and will i be getting normal periods on or around 10th April or can this be a symptom of pregnancy? The flow got heavy as that of normal periods for 1 and a half day and now again its less as it gets on d last days of periods and its watery. Can i expect my periods to come again on the normal date or do you think the cycle has changed? Can it be just hormonal imbalance or can these be symptoms of pregnancy even after bleeding? I m scared.
Asked On : Mon, 28 Mar 2011
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Also, I had a drop of discharge from my breast when i pressed it. They are not sore at all after bleeding.
Answered: Mon, 28 Mar 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
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It is due to hormonal imbalance caused by use of I-pill .Yes this is a withdrawal bleeding instead of periods .There are high chances that your cycle will change.No these are not symptoms of pregnancy ;you can be pregnant only if you have not taken I-pill according to the dosage advised.If you still are unsure & get symptoms like frequent urine;nausea;vomiting;breast tenderness;giddiness then you can test Urine for pregnancy at home after the 10th of April but the chances of pregnancy will be almost nil as you have taken the I-pill.So hopefully nothing to worry
Answered: Mon, 28 Mar 2011
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