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No menses, have warmness on stomach. Had light period in the earlier cycle after taking next choice. Pregnancy chances?

Hi I took next choice about the beginning Of july and got my period a week later. But it was light red and then turned to dark brown . This lasted for about a week. Now we are in July and I m waiting for my period to come again. I don t know if I m pregnant or if the Pill did work. Please I m lost . My stomach always feels warm. And I sometimes feel hot like my period is coming but, it still hasn t arrived
Asked On : Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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Hello dear,

The emergency contraceptive pill is effective only if taken within 72 hours of intercourse. You have not mentioned the date of intercourse, so chances of pregnancy remain.
Do a urine pregnancy test at home once you reach the day of missed period.
Anxiety can also lead to delay in period, so as much as possible do not take stress. For future start using a regular contraceptive.

Hope for the best.
Dr Juhi
Answered: Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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