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Reduced menstruation after taking emergency contraceptive pills. Should I be worried about pregnancy?

please advice me i m 24 yrs old unmarried girl i have done sex with my boyfriend just after 4 days of my period i.e, after 22/7/12 (continue 6 days without any protection but avoiding his cum s/ discharge inside me) and taken 3 contraceptive pills named UNWANTED-72 during this days alternate.But on 10/8/12 i have got my period before time and it is very less and minor for 1 and a half day. And yet i have not got it. please advice.
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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Hi vibhor.sharan,

Thanks for query

Your periods is early by 6 days i think.

Taking UNWANTED-72 continuously for contraception is not advisable, it should be used only for emergency one time intercourse. This may be and only MAY BE a reason for your early periods with decreased amount of blood. Try to follow some other contraception method as condom or oral contraceptive pills.
Do check for urine pregnancy always in case of doubt, the kits are of 50-75 rs and is available in all pharmacy. The procedure is also very simple. U just have to place a drop of urine in the kit and see for the indicator lines. it would be explained well in the catalog.

Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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