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Taken Postinor 2 before sex. Bleeding after passing stools. Help

morning..i m in worry..40 years old.on 12/8/12 i took postinor2 1 min before sex act, after 7 hours took 2nd pills as what the nurse advised. after a week on 20/8/12 found bleeding like period, till today 30/8/12. but its a bit funny coz the blood flow every time when defecated in the morning, after that the whole day my pad is clean..anxious about..hope can help asap...blessed day
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Emergency pills contain excess hormone and as a consequence, cause breakthrough bleeding a few days after ingesting them. It is likely that the pressure exerted while passing stool could be the cause of the bleeding. Usually, such bleeding subsides in a couple of days and if it does not, you should seek assistance from your health care provider. Pregnancy is unlikely since you are amply protected by the pill. Hope you find this information useful. Wish you good health.
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