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HELLO.Will the Norlevo morning after pill kill my baby if im 10 days pregnant?I had unprotected sex on the 25/03/2016 and had very dark blood spotting on the 31/03 and 01/04/2016.I had sex again on the 03/04 and took Norlevo on the morning of 04/04.TIA

By Anonymous April 4, 2016 - 3:00am
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I have no idea if im pregnant just worried that iam and the pill damages or kills my baby?I thought the spotting on the 6th day was implantation bleeding so thats y i thought im pregnant.I have 3 kids but have never had implantation bleeding so i wouldnt know.

April 4, 2016 - 12:30pm
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Hi Anonymous,

Thank you for explaining more. The pill should not do any harm to the baby should you indeed be pregnant.

Implantation bleeding does occur about sx to 12 days following conception. It can be pink or brown in color. It is spotting and never increases to a flow.

In your case, the spotting was rather early. Just wait for any vaginal bleeding or your next period to start. Only if you have not had any bleeding within three weeks of taking the pill should you take a pregnancy test.


April 5, 2016 - 8:49am

Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for reaching out to our community.

How did you learn that you are 10 days pregnant? When did you find out you were pregnant?
Before you took Norlevo or after?

You had very dark spotting before you took the pill, which I find interesting.

Norlevo is not sold in the United States, but is similar to Plan B. Norlevo® is a morning-after birth control pill that can prevent pregnancy. Norlevo® has no effect if you are already pregnant.

Norlevo® cannot terminate pregnancy. If you're already pregnant or if this method of birth control is not successful and a pregnancy develops, Norlevo® has no known harmful effects on the fetus.

Anonymous, I urge you to speak with your gynecologist about this. Please do so as soon as possible.


April 4, 2016 - 9:49am
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