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Unprotected sex. Took postinor 2 medication, two menstrual periods. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi Doctor, i am a little worried about my period. I took the postinor 2 tablet a few minutes after unprotected sex on two occasions for this month. After the second dose I had coitus interruptus before taking the second pill . I am concerned about the pre-ejaculatio fluid however. I had two periods in the month of june, so right now I am unsure as to when to expect my period. The first one ended on the 9th of June, the second one came around two weeks after that. I am driving my self crazy worrying about whether I can get pregnant even after taking the positinor tablets?
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.
The possibility of pregnancy is less in your case.
As the emergency pill can give protection for up to 24 hours after the intake, possibly you can get protection for the act in between the two pills in one dose.
So no need to worry.
Repeated usage of emergency pills can lead to irregular cycles due to hormonal imbalance.
There should be at least 2 months gap in between two emergency pills.
If you have doubt regarding pregnancy, go for blood test for pregnancy after 2 weeks of intercourse.
If the test comes negative, no need to worry.
Possibly you may get withdrawal bleeding soon.
Take care.
Answered: Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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