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Two periods in a cycle after taking i-pill, menses with brown gel followed by red gel. Will it affect fertility in future?

I have taken i pill (emergency contraceptive pill) around more than a month ago and after that I have got periods twice in a month.. with a gap of 14 days.. In both the times I get a brown gel from vagina then red gel then finally periods come.. I received this gel two days before the actual periods( in both cases)... I am not sure what is happening and how it will affect my fertility for future
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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Hello saytu07
This is quite normal with emergency contraceptive pill. This kind of irregular bleeding may occur due to hormonal imbalance of those pills.
You need not worry, this wont affect your fertility.
But dont make it habit of taking frequent emergency contraception. Instead go for oral contraception or some other method after getting an advice from you OBGYN.
Answered: Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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