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Emergency contraceptive effects or implantation bleeding

By May 16, 2012 - 4:55pm
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The first day of my last perios was may6th. I am very regular with a 27-28 day cycle. My fiancé and I had unprotected sex tide on may11th and were worried so the next day we purchased next choice (2 step program) and I took it around 26 hours since our encounter. The lost thee song pill but assumed I would be covered by the first, I had no nasuea or vomiting or cramps. On he 13th of may we had unprotected sex three times the next day and he ejaculated in me twice due to the fact it was within twenty four hours of my consumption of the pill we thought we would be ok. That day I felt nasues but that was it. The following Monday may 13th we fooled around and did a little poking but never had full on sex but I'm aware of precum. Now the 16th I have light spotting at first it was light red blood (only once) when I wiped not its brown goo (sorry) and now when is wipe it looked like dried brown blood. This all happened in a twenty minute time span. Could I still be pregnant? Yes I know we acted irresponsibly which is very unlike us I have a dr appointment tommorow so I just want to be prepared?

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Hello Mylove0802,
Doing research on the how long Next Choice stays in your body, I found that it is uncertain how long it is effective. Next Choice should be taken as soon as possible after unprotected sex and both pills need to be taken.

Next Choice Next Choice prevents the egg from being (1) released from the ovary (ovulation), (2) fertilized by the sperm (fertilization), or (3) attached to the uterus (implantation). Implantation occurs about 7 days after ovulation.

Implantation bleeding is scanty and usually pink or brownish discharge. It usually occurs about a week to a few days before your period should normally start.

It is wise that you made an appointment with your physician. Tell your physician everything that happened since May 11. If your physician suspects that you might be pregnant, a blood pregnancy can be done.


May 16, 2012 - 5:22pm
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