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Protected sex, condom failure. Took levonelle, spotting. History of irregular periods. Pregnant?

I took levonelle on 22nd November after a condom split in the early hours of the 21st. I have experienced slight spotting yesterday and today. My periods can be irregular so I m not sure when I m next due on. Is it likely I m pregnant or is the spotting a good sign? Also, how long till a pregnancy test would be accurate? Thank you
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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The chance of pregnancy is very low after you took levonelle and spotting because you have your periods and they are light because you had use levonelle.
The pregnancy test are accurate (97%) from 6-12 days after ovulation until the first 20 weeks because HCG levels continue to rise.
To eliminate your anxiety you can do an ultrasound to confirm/exclude pregnancy.
Take care of your self.
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