I start to have a sex live about two months, i was virgin also my boyfriend, i took the pillow of the after morning the first time that we have sex in that month my period cames to times, i was scary so i don't use that pillow any more but this month i was in the situation to take this pillow so i did and my period cames to time in the month i am really worried and i don't know why this happened and how stopped, i have 18 and the pillow that i took have 1.5 mg levorstronger o sometime like that
Hi! If I am understanding you correctly you took the "Morning After Pill" or emergency contraception. It is not unusual for the pill to cause irregular bleeding, and I would not be overly concerned. I DO recommend a pregnancy test whenever bleeding isn't normal and regular. If you find you are needing to use emergency contraception frequently, you may wish to consider using a more regular form of birth control. Good luck! Dr B
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