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i pill overdose abdominal pain is high 75 days later?

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hi i 18 years old married female.two month ago by mistakenly i had took two emergency birth control pill with in two days.that was my third use of pill in period of three month.then i had massive abdominal pain and vomiting throughout one month of taking pills.i went to doctors and they told me that amount of side effect of pills varies person to person."You take overdose of pills ;so effect will be obviously more.but it will comes to end."i had third period since i took pill.today is 75 days of taking overdose of pills.upto 45 days there was pain throughout whole time;some times very high and some time little bit acceptable.after 45 days vomiting stopped.but abdominal pain is high up to 12-13 days of having period.after 12-14 days of having period pain becomes sometime slight and sometime completely no pain.mainly after 20 days of having period pain completely stopped.i m so much depressed.During high pain it is so hard to breath.i scare so much.i cant sleep in night.what to do..p


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replied September 3rd, 2013
Birth Control Answer A44662
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
Due to severe dysmenorrhea, or abdominal/uterine cramps, sometimes there can be back flow of endometrial tissues through the fallopian tubes into pelvic cavity resulting in endometrial implants and endometriosis. These endometrial tissues that are outside uterus also respond to cyclical hormonal changes causing growth in them that leads to inflammation and pain. The hormonal levels peak during midcycle time (ovulation time) hence symptoms will be at peak during midcycle time and after ovulation. Do not ignore your symptoms. Visit your doctor/gynecologist for further evaluation, clarification and assistance and get started on treatment as appropriate based on evaluation results to help you control the symptoms.
Take care.


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