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Mild bleeding after taking i-pill. Pregnant?

Hi I took ipill 6 days back and today I am having very little bleeding ... Does this mean that I am NOT pregnant? I am 31 and never had sex, a guy tried to force sex, but I resisted. I just doubted... and got took ipill within 24 hrs just in case... Please let me know if I am pregnant...I am very tensed....Pleeeeeeease give me detailed info
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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Hi thanks for writing to us.
You took I pill within 24 hours after forced sex and now your having slight bleeding vaginally.
.Bleeding after I pill is normal sometimes slight and sometime heavy.There is nothing to worry for that.
I Pill also produces other side effects like pain lower abdomen.nausea and vomitting.
I pill has worked or not ,cannot be said with certainity.
If you missed your next due periods ,wait for a week and go for home pregnancy test to know your pregnant or not.
If your next periods comes on due date,There is nothing to worry.
Hope this answered your question.
Answered: Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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