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Period flow heavier than normal, have frequent urination, pain to lie on tummy. Been having unprotected sex. Pregnancy?

Hi, latly i have been havin unprotected sex first time was in december last year, n i took the morning after pill and still contuined to have unprotected sex, and i have skipped a period and need to urinate more and it hurts to lye on my tummy, but now im bleeding and its heavyer then my normal period can i be pregnant ?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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Since you used the after pill, you have less chance of pregnancy. After the pill intake, cycles are disturbed as the pill contains high doses of hormone. Also, whenever a period is missed, the next cycle tends to be heavier due to the excess shedding of the endometrium. You can have a sonogram to be sure. I suggest that you see your gynecologist for further suggestions. Practice safe intercourse using proper contraception. Take care.
Answered: Tue, 5 Feb 2013
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