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Taken postinor2 afer intercourse, missing periods, home pregnancy test positive, ultrasound shows empty womb. Pregnant?

Hello I took postinor2 afer intercourse with my fiancee and two days later we had intercourse again and I took another postinor2. My period is four days late now. I did an ultra sound scan,there is nothing in my womb,but then I did a pregnancy strip test and it was positive. Please what do you think is the fetus hurt by the postinor I took?, am I even pregnant?
Asked On : Mon, 21 May 2012
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hi.welcome to healthcaremagic forum.ultrasound can not detect pregnancy in 1st month of pregnancy if there is. pregnancy kits are easiest options available for pregnancy detection. if kit shows positive and you have doubt, you can safely repeat it or consult doctor in person.kits are usually reliable means.emergency contraceptive pills may harm. consult doctor in person and follow advises. good luck.
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