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Took morning after pill, had slight bleeding, have pregnancy symptoms, missed periods. Am I pregnant?<br><br>

hi, i had my period on the 20/1, took morning after pill on the 5/2, light bleeding on the 7/2, skipped period on the 16/2 and was supposed to get next period on the 6/3 but still havent got it. have slight cramping in the morning and evening, increased libido, sore and swollen breasts, mood swings, emotional, increased appetite , lower back pain , shortness of breath, clear/ white vaginal discharge , bloating .am I pregnant? or is it signs of pms? thank you
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Use of emergency pill is better reserved for real emergencies which should not exceed more than a couple of times a year. As the pill contains high doses of hormone, you have got a breakthrough bleeding soon after its use. For the same reason, you may have missed your next period. The symptoms you are experiencing could be premenstrual. If you are due for your next period as you said, it would be polymenorrhoea. See your doctor if you do not get your cycle yet. Wish you good health.
Answered: Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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