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    Preggers or nah?
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    bsoriano posted:
    I had sex one night by accident and took a emergency contraceptive pill. A couple days like about a week later I got my period a week earlier then I was suppose too... I'm not even sure if it even was my period. I was just bleeding super lightly for like 4 days the. Stopped. It was also very short and not heavy at all. If I bled can this mean I'm not pregnant?
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    texasvn88 responded:
    A lot of times when patients take an emergency contraceptive they can have break through bleeding. This does not mean that you should rule pregnancy out entirely though...wait until your period is actually due and test just in case.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Also, emergency contraception can mess up your period so your next period might be late as well.
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