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Hello, I had my period on 1Dec evening, and on 9 Dec mid 12 had unprotected sex with my partner... Took unwanted 72 within 70 hours bt didn't get any different call but yesterday(27 Dec) get a bit bleeding and today(28 Dec) I'm bleeding as like I bleed on day 5 of regular period! Is it withdrawal bleed or my next period(my cycle is 30 days)? Is there any chances of pregnancy? If it is withdrawal bleeding then when I can get my regular period? Please respond!
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It looks like your normal periods dear
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Relax and reassure No chance of pregnancy
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Hi. If you’ve taken the pill within 72 hours, it reduces the chances of pregnancy, however the protection is never 100%. It is most effective when taken at the earliest, no later than 72 hours. Periods do get a little altered after taking emergency contraceptive pills. You should get your periods normally from the next cycle probably. Never take emergency contraceptive pills on regular basis. It’s better to opt for either regular OCPs through the cycle or barrier contraceptive.
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It may be your regular period as emergency pills will alter your dates. Also if you don't see normal flow in the next week, do a pregnancy test for confirmation, though chances are rare.
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You can consider it as your next period but emergency pill is known to cause the disturbed cycles and you might bleed again after few days. As the bleeding is less now you need to be watchful regarding your next period. It is difficult to tell right now when will be your next period.It depends upon your hormone levels and your body response how early your periods will be regularised again.
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It is is your normal period. The chances of pregnancy  are not there as u were awar from the ovulation  period
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