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Took an ipill 3 hours after unprotected sex on the 14th day of my cycle (fertile period), had unprotected sex again (with no ejaculation inside, only precum) approximately 71 hours after taking the pill. 7 days after the first act of intercourse I got spotting and light bleeding. Been experiencing fatigue and abdominal cramps for over 3 weeks now since taking the ipill. Getting nausea, frequent urination, strong headaches, with slight dizziness still. Mood swings and PMS symptoms. Sometimes I can smell period blood but there is no bleeding at all. Sense of smell has heightened. I feel excessively cold sometimes. My period was due on 6th December but I still haven't gotten it on 12th December. No unusual food cravings. I've taken 3 pregnancy tests but I probably took them too soon- they were all negative. I'm wondering if my age (18) impacts all of this in any manner. Took ipill 4 months ago and that time I got withdrawal bleeding in 3 days which was heavy and lasted 2 days. Pregnancy?
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Hello well first thing what I would like to tell you please use proper contraceptive methods before going for intercourse in order to avoid all the problems... secondly emergency contraceptive pills that is I pill is to be taken for emergency only and not to be used as regular contraceptive method... it will take a toll on your health as it will cause hormonal imbalances at such young age... well doesn't look like you might be pregnant but still I would suggest you to get an ultrasound abdomen done for confirmation thank you
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