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Hi. I already posted about a week or 2 ago about bleeding after taking the EC pill. Well i bled for about 5 days then i stopped for like 1 week and now im bleeding again but im not supposed to start my period for another week or two. Is something wrong with me or it just that pill again? Thanx for the help!
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You need to see your gynecologist to find that out.

It's possible you're fine, and just that the hormones in the EC threw your cycles out of whack, but it's important you have an appointment with a doctor who can examine you and make sure.

Heather Corinna
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