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Please I need help as soon as possible!!!

Anyone at all familiar with postinor 2, the two tablet dosage, right so here is my hugeee concern, me and my gf had sex on the 26/01/2018 and I used the pull out method, 10 minutes before ejaculating I pulled out anc30 minutes after she took the first pill (which is asap) and the other is to be taken 12 hours later 16 for the latest, she fell asleep and woke up and took it 16 hours later exactly, were worried sick but eventually we didn't take it on again, today on the other hand 02/02/2018 she told me this morning when she wiped after peeing, her discharge was "dark brown" or rather brown,, the second time she went to pee was lighter brown , you can even say red  and im not sire if she peed a third time but also some light pink spotting, trips to pee were about 3-4 hours apart as normal pees, but yes this was and is realllyy frightening and we aren't sure about this, we don't know what it is, I know its the tablets doing their work but I also know and hope that she isn't pregnant,  but please someone and anyone pleaseeeee I need help and some enlightenment, we will do the homeaid pregnancy tests and also I will get a pregnancy tester but we are still very stressed and worried about this all, thank you
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973741 tn?1342346373
Rats, I'm seeing this too late.  What happened?
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