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Taken next choice after having unprotected sex. Early period, difficulty urinating, constipation, stomach discomfort

My significant other and I had intercourse the day after her period. We waited almost three days until she took the next choice one dose pill . One week later she tells me of hunger and fatigue . Within the next two days she tells me of bleeding , at first spotting, then it getting heavier and it s bright red, and her period isn t due for another week. Then, a day later she tells me of not being able to pee. Then one more day she says she hasn t went number two in a few days.she also says that she has weird feelings in her stomach , and that the bleeding she had wasn t like period blood but lighter
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
As you do sex just one day after her period ended.
Chances of pregnancy nil.
As bleeding was there , so need not to worry.
Constipation and urinary problems are related to each other and in my opinion constipation is the main reason.
So take 2 tablets of phenolphathalein ( chewable) and she will be alright.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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