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Morning after pill

By Anonymous January 30, 2017 - 10:38pm
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Hello, I had sex using a condom 2 days after my last period stoped (January 7), but when my bf was pulling out the condom kind of moved, nothing really seemed to happen but I sort of panicked and decided to take the pill within the 72 hours as directed.
I'm pretty regular when it comes to my period, if anything perhaps a day early or a day late. I was expecting my period to start on January 27-28, but on the 20th (11 days after taking the pill) I started spotting, first it was a little red blood, then brown discharge, then blood with lots of clots; all of that only when I wiped, nothing flowing into my pad, it lasted for about 5 days (super light all the time) and it stoped.. I researched a lot cause I panicked thinking about implantation bleeding, but decided not to drive myself too crazy and wait a couple do days to see if my period would come.. on the 28th I noticed bright red blood (more than before) when I wipe, so I thought this was the beginning of my period, it has been going on still till today, but it's not a regular flow, it's bright red, and I also had some clots, but again, only when wipping... I'm pretty concerned so I got a pregnancy test and it came back negative... is this my period? Is this still bleeding from the pill as side effect? Is my period still to come later (I read it can be up to a week late)? Am I insane for still wondering if this could be a pregnancy? Should I re-test in a couple of days? Help please!!!

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