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Many episodes of unprotected sex. Taken postinor 2 birth control, light periods. Pregnancy chances?

hello three weeks back i had protected sex with my boyfriend and took a tablet of postinor and three weeks later we had unprotected sex and i took postinor two,two weeks later i started a really light period which am still on while experiencing this i had sex again but protected sex and i took a tablet of postinor just to be sure but am beginning to get scared because my periods are never light
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Welcome to HCM forum

If you have taken emergency contraception thrice in a cycle then chances of pregnancy seem very less and light periods can be due to so many pills taken.

As you have given a gap of 2 weeks after second intercourse , you should do a pregnancy test in urine with Kit available OTC and if negative then repeat after 15 days.

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Answered: Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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