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ECee2 Pills and Vaginal Bleeding

By Anonymous July 11, 2013 - 8:41pm
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I took ECee2 pill after 32 hours of coitus and as usual,I used to have a vaginal bleed after 7days by taking that pill. But this time,today is the 7th day after taking that pill and I still don't have any bleeding. I'm starting to worry and as a detail, I used it once on 16th June and I had a vaginal bleed on 23 June. And after that I had coitus on 3rd July and I took that pill on 4th July.
Am I getting pregnant? Or something wrong? I'm totally worried. Please help me. Thank you.

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I had a sex with my bf on 19th July.He used condom and after sex he told me to take pills to make sure.I supposed to bleed on 24th July but now is 28july now.I start worried that is there something wrong or what.please tell me what should I do?Thank You

July 27, 2017 - 10:22pm
HERWriter Guide (reply to Anonymous)

Hello Anon

There is no need to take emergency contraceptive "just in case" when a condom is used. These pills are for emergencies. Condoms are better at preventing pregnancy at 98%+ effective.
Your missed period is a side effect of taking them. It should be along within 4 weeks of taking them.

July 28, 2017 - 5:57am
EmpowHER Guest

Thanks for your reply, Susan!
Because, I got bleeding 3 days after taking EC2.
Now is 6days already no bleeding yet. It got me worried.
Thanks again for the reply.

December 23, 2016 - 1:52am
EmpowHER Guest

I also took ecee2 after 4hours of having coitus with my bf.on 27 June. But not bleeding till today. He keeped his sperms out side. I had regular bleeding on last 11June. I tested with pregnancy test on 1July, it is negave. But I start worried. Am I also getting pregnant or sth wrong because of not bleeding. What can happen? Please help me. Thank you


July 3, 2014 - 3:53am
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Hi Anon,


Welcome to EmpowHER.  Most women do experience changes on their next period after taking an emergency pill.  Sometimes, your period can come earlier or be delayed.  It’s important to also keep in mind.  Emergency contraception differs from regular contraception in one important way. The operative word is ‘emergency’,  not to be used regularly to prevent unwanted pregnancy. It is meant for a one-off situation when unprotected sex occurs and a pregnancy must be prevented. It is not a substitute for regular contraception.  You will need to take a home pregnancy test, to know if you are pregnant.




July 12, 2013 - 3:49am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Is vaginal bleeding a must after taking EC....? if so withing how many days usually....?

With regards,

December 22, 2016 - 1:54am
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