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what is the possibility of being pregnant if you had sex on your previous month and you took norlevo and got your periods on the right time which is the 27th of june and then on the 29th u have unprotected sexduring your period and took norlevo on the 1st

By Anonymous August 8, 2015 - 1:27pm
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(Continuing) of July within the 72hours estimated to take the pill and this is the same day of your end..after 5 days u experience 3 day dark-brown spotting accompanied with pain like when u in ur periods...then since your regular cycle is 26 days you're suppose to get your next period on the 22 of july and your periods delay until the 8th of August and you having watery,stretchy little white discharge but no periods...is it pregnancy or not?

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Hello and thank you for choosing EmpowHer,
NorLevo, as well as any emergency contraception, contains hormones. These hormones not only prevent pregnancy, if take correctly, but also give you side effects. The most common side effect is bleeding soon after, which in you case was brown-discharge (perfectly normal.)
Also, it is normal for your cycle be be slightly disrupted by the introduction of these hormones.
Delayed periods are to be expected, do not signify pregnancy. Also, discharge is the natural way the vagina eliminates waste. This can and will happen at any time and is not a pregnancy symptom.
In the future you should be aware that emergency contraception should only be taken in case of "emergencies." If you have sex frequently you should use a consistent birth control method such as a monthly birth control or condoms.

August 9, 2015 - 11:12am
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