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ask: Delay in Periods

By lucky_ammulu
 
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Hi.
Me & My GF had a minor intercourse where i dint insert my penis into her vagina but i just rubbed my penis on her vagina it was happened on 25th NOV 2013 Night at around 9:00pm. And for safety she took one IDOZ 72 pill on 27th NOV 2013 morning at around 10:30am. After 5 days of taking IDOZ 72 tablet she had a vaginal bleeding for the next 5 days. Is there any chance of she getting pregnant?
Actually her perious periods were on 16th NOV 2013. And she has to get her periods again on 16th DEC 2013. But it has been almost 6 days delayed she dint get her periods.

We are very much worried plz reply for the query.
When can she expect her next periods?
Plz do reply as soon as possbile.

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Hi lucky,

Thank you for your question and welcome to Empowher. You both should be fine. It is not uncommon to have irregular bleeding for at least two months after taking any sort of morning after pills. It appears to me from what you explained that this is all normal for "not being pregnant".

 

I hope this helps.

Missie

December 22, 2013 - 9:06am
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