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Took emergency contraceptive pill. Having hot flashes, increased apetite, sleepiness, tender breasts, abdominal cramps. Pregnant?

hello, I took an emergency contraceptive pill (plan b) on the 16th. I had NO spotting, the only thing I fell is hot flashes, increased appetite , increased sleeping time, tender breasts and a funny feeling in my lower abdomen-it s not painful, maybe light cramps ...? My normal period is supposed to come on the 22nd, today is the 22nd and I had VERY small brown spotting. Am I safe? I can t be preg, right?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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chances of being pregnant are very less as you have too a contraceptive pill and you have also got the spotting on the same date in which you have to get your periods.At starting sometimes only light discharge is see so nothing much to worry about but still you need to have a hpt after 1 week.Thank you.
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