I recently had u.t.i and everytime i pee bright red blood would come out and some chucks of it too, my gyne said it wasnt my period but the bleeding ended at this dec 8 and if so its been a month since i havent had my period. Me and my bf just had sex awhile ago with no protection and i dont take pills too. We have been doing the calendar
method ever since. Do you think i should take the morning after pill just to make sure i dont get pregnant?
Hi! If you were my patient, I would be concerned about the fact that you haven't had a "real" period. I would suggest that you do a pregnancy test before taking anything . If the test is negative, the morning after pill is probably a good idea if you are using it within 120 hours of intercourse. Hope this helps! Dr B
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