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Can you take emergency contraceptives twice a month?

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Around the 14th of this month, there was a sexual life. After ejaculation outside the body, she took emergency contraceptives. On the 20th, she suddenly bled and began to have a large amount of blood. Her menstruation was like that on the 18th and 9th. The whole process lasted for four days. On the third day or so, she gradually reduced her amount, and her stomach didn't hurt. She usually had stomachache during menstruation. I don't know whether it was retreat bleeding, At about 4 a.m. this morning, I had ejaculation outside the body again. Do I need to take emergency contraceptives? I used to have polycystic ovary syndrome by B-ultrasound, but now I didn't have it when I went for reexamination. My menstruation is abnormal, there is HPV infection in treatment, and cervical erosion. What's the impact? Can I eat it, doctor? If I eat it for the second time this year, it's also the second time this month. Do I need to eat it? Because I'm young and don't have reproductive needs.

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