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Pregnancy or just disrupted period?

i'm hoping to get some answers on what's going on with me before I take a trip to the doctors. About a month ago, I had sex with my partner (unprotected) and the next day I got a morning after pill. about a week later, I started bleeding which lasted for probably 1-2 days ( I read up about bleeding caused by the morning after pill and heard it was a common symptom) but during the time I was bleeding, me and my partner engaged in unprotected sex once more because we both thought that because I was bleeding, there would be no chance I could get pregnant. Fast forward to now (3 weeks later) and I started feeling nauseous and dizzy at random times accompanied by some back pains and not feeling hungry at all: I thought it could be that I was pregnant but 2 days ago I started bleeding again (pretty heavy might I add) and thought it was just my period as it's around the time and date where my normal period should begin. Not thinking much of it i continued like nothings wrong and ruled out the possibility of me being pregnant, except for the fact that my 'period' ended in a day, pretty abruptly, and I am still getting cramps, feeling nauseous and getting lower back pains, except with no bleeding whatsoever. Could this mean I'm actually pregnant? I heard that sometimes women who are pregnant experience implantation bleeding, except my bleeding was heavy and resembled my normal period ... except for the fact it lasted a mere day when my usual period cycle lasts 4-7 days. I am very confused, could this be the morning after pill or am I actually pregnant?
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