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Am I pregnant?

By July 14, 2017 - 1:19am
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Im 21, I had sex 9 times, every time i used to had an Emergency contraceptive (I-pill) after sex. And I didn't feel that much changes in my mothly periods. They were always regular. My last intercourse was almost after 1 year.
My period was on 12 june ended on 15 june as My period stays always for 3-4 days. I had sex 3 days after my period (18 june) then within 24 hours I had a new contraceptive pill. After that on 24 June I started bleeding again. It lasted for 3 days. It was bright red in color.

Okay then after that On this month, I kind of started having nausea and headaches from 9th July. It lasted for 2 days. Now I don't feel nauseous but there is slight pain in my breast.
Now its 13th of july, yesterday I had thigh pains which I usually have on my periods, I was expecting to have period. But I am not having period.
Do I need to worry? Should I take a pregnancy test? And if I take pregnancy test now , is there any chance of getting inaccurate result? Should I wait more?
I am having stress right now :(

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Hello Angel00,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community.

Over using an emergency contraceptive can actually make it ineffective. Over usage may have a longer term effect on your menstrual cycle.
This might be the reason for your late period this month.

You can wait until your period is late at least seven days and test for pregnancy. Or you can call your gynecologist about this now.


July 14, 2017 - 8:14am
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