Drink Postinor, Bleeding Like Menstruation But Breast Pain?
Greetings, I want to ask, my partner and I have a relationship in the fertile period but the sperm does not come out inside. after that I took postinor more than 24 hours but not until 72 hours after intercourse. after more than a week, I bled like menstruation but only 4 days and came out a lot on the second day, until it was like a small blood clot. on the following day, breast pain feels like someone will menstruate. The question is whether it’s a sign that I’m pregnant or what it is. explanation please. thank you
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Levonorgestrel emergency contraception is a drug used to prevent pregnancy. Levonorgestrel emergency contraception should not be used during pregnancy, because it can cause various pregnancy complications such as ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, and premature births.
Some of the common side effects that occur after taking this drug are more menstrual bleeding, hardened breasts, headache, dizziness, weakness, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, and diarrhea.
While the early signs of pregnancy are late coming months, more sensitive breasts, more frequent urination, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to odor, decreased appetite, constipation, mood swings, dizziness, implantation blood spots. But there are only three definite signs of pregnancy, namely perceived fetal movements, hearing fetal beats, and the presence of fetuses through ultrasound examination
It must be ascertained beforehand, whether at the time of your sexual relations not while in a state of pregnancy, or have had unprotected sexual intercourse before. This is important to know before consuming levonorgestrel emergency contraception.
Because the side effects of emergency contraception are similar to the early signs of pregnancy, I recommend that you check with your obstetrician and gynecologist, so that you can do a thorough examination, such as questions and answers, vital signs, pregnancy checks, and supporting examinations such as test packs, and ultrasound pregnancy, so that treatment can be given in accordance with your current condition.
As for the things you can do right now are:
Doing a test pack using urine when you wake up in the morning Using contraception such as a condom for a while if you want to have sex Sufficient rest Avoiding stress Consuming nutritious foods, especially those rich in iron Thus the information I can give, hopefully can help you.