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Unprotected sex, repeated episodes. Taken i-pill, delayed periods. Negative pregnancy test. Cure?

had unprotected sex on 2oct then on 3oct had ipill on 4oct again had unprotected sex on oct5 my period was due on 14oct but delayed so took another ipill on 15oct period delayed got preg test on 16oct it was -ve then took another preg test on 26oct it was +ve and mild bleeding start on 29oct till 30oct now what should i do?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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Mar 2016
welcome to HCM.
You did several times unprotected sex and took i-pill. Pregnancy test may be negative in early wk.
As you got pregnancy test positive in later wk with mild bleeding,it may be due to early implantation or abortion.
You do a blood test for beta hcg and confirm with USG lower abdomen to rule out product of conception if any.
Then consult with your gynecologist and take advice accordingly.
Be well and practice safe sex in future.
Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2016
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