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    2 Emergency Conraceptive Pills in 2 Weeks and an Induced Period
    An_267448 posted:

    Me and my girlfriend had unprotected sex twice (Both times without ejacuation) in a period of two weeks. Both times we decided to take an emergency contraceptive pill (iPill by Cipla, taken within an hour of intercourse). One week after taking the 2nd pill, she had a 1 day period (Not spotting, normal flow) with very slight bleeding on the 2nd day. After that, it is now a month and she has not had her period.

    a) Is it safe to take two emergency contraceptive pills within 2 weeks?
    b) Is there anything to worry about?

    P.S. - 2nd time the pill was taken right after her period ended.
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Taking two doses of emergency contraception that close to each other had probably royally messed up her hormones which in turn will mess up the timing of her period.

    EC is not meant to be taken regularly. If you are going to be having sex, she should get on birth control or at least use a condom each and every time.
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