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effect of i-pill on periods.....???

By April 2, 2013 - 8:46am
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hellllooo.......me and my b.f had unprotected sex
on 25th of january but he didn't cum inside me and
then within 3 hrs of sex i took i-pill for safety
reason......and then in january i got my periods
on time that is on 29th of january......then again on
15th febraury we had sex and this time also he
didn't came inside me but for safety i took i-pill
on 17th of febraury.....then on 22nd of febraury
i had some spotting which got over on 23rd of

febraury.....and then on 25th of febraury i had
my normal periods but of 3days duration
(normally i use to have 5days)......and then on
12th march i again noticed some spotting which
got over on 13th of march.....and then on 17th i
noticed again some spotting which got over on
19th of march......my march period is due on 25th
but i got it after 3days delay that is on 28th but
the bleeding is heavy compare to my normal cycle
with some clots.....and dis time my cycle z normal that is of 5 days but heavy bleeding and clots for first 2 days along with severe pain
in thighs,lower back and lower abdomen........i
did 3 home pregnancy test and all came
negative.......so please guide us what cold be the
reason of this severe pain and heavy bleeding with
clots......please help....!!!!

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HERWriter Guide

Hi jaggisingh

Thanks for your post.

These symptoms could be due to your misuse of emergency contraception. Use condoms or go on the Pill and see if your periods return to normal. These big surges in hormones (from the pill)  can upset the regular menstrual cycle which may be the case for you.



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