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Took levonelle 1. Had smelly bleeding. Took antibiotics. Had unprotected sex. Stopped bleeding. Take morning after pill?

hi my name is neha i had levonelle one and after that my period was for 2 days i.e from 6th feb to 7th feb and it was very little and after a week i started spotting and on i.e from 13th feb to 15th feb after 15th it started bleeding more and it was little smelly so i stared eating antibiotic from 19th to 21st and on 21st i had unprotected sex after that i stopped bleeding ,i m worried if i should take morning after pill aain because i can get pregnant.please guide me asap
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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Thank you for the can do one urine pregnancy test which will let you know if you are pregnant. If it is negative, you can wait and repeat it after a week.If it is positive, a test called serum b-hCG can be done twice with a gap of 48 hours. .this test will help you to know if the pregnancy is continuing or it is aborting .If the urine pregnancy test is positive please meet a gynaecologist for further evaluation.I would advise you to have some reliable method of contraception as emergency contraception like morning after pill cannot be used frequently
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