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    Next choice, weird side effects?
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    Marie77 posted:
    I took next Choice almost a month ago ( on October 13th) within 24 hours of having sex. My period is ALWAYS regular and starts on the dot of when it is supposed to. I have taken plan B before and each time my period has came exactly 1 week late.
    This time it one week after takig next choice and not mention about 5-7 days early. However, the first few days were not really "blood" they were a brownish discharge coming out just like blood during a period. On about the 3rd day it was normal blood. This lasted 7 days! my regular period never lasts 7 days, usually 5 on the dot.
    Then about 3 days later, y period started again! now on day 6 of the second period. What could be going on and when will it stop?
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