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i had sex 20th and 21st day of my cycle,could i be pregnant?

By June 5, 2016 - 1:30am
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My last period startd on the 13th of may.I had sex on the night of june 2nd around some minutes past 8pm and am not sure if he ejaculated in me
on the 3rd of june around 5:30am,i had sex and my partner did d withdrawal method,he pulled out of me.i took postinor 2 around 8:30am,i took the 2 tablets at once jst to be sure. Am still scared dat i might get pregnant ,i feel dizzy,my lower abdomen cramp,tender breast,i dnt knw if its becos of d postinor2 drugs i took or its sign of pregnancy.its not even up to 72 hrs since i had those sex,am expectin my period on d 10th of june .pls ma'am i want to hear wat u av to say,help me

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Thanks ma'am
since i had sex 8th and 7th days to my next period
is it possible for me to be experiencing implantation bleeding a day (june 9) to my period,my period is supose to start today(june 10 is my period due date),am still spotin,could dis be my period or implantation bleeding? When can i take a prenancy test?

June 9, 2016 - 10:36pm

Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
You need to take the second Postinor 2 pill exactly 12 hours after the first. Since you took the second pill too soon, it will decrease their effectiveness. However, I'm not saying you will become pregnant, since there are still a few more factors. If you were not ovulating, chances of pregnancy decrease. Also, the pull-out method can decrease chances of pregnancy.
All you can do now is wait for your next period. It will most likely be irregular since you took emergency contraception. However, if you miss your period all together, take a pregnancy test.

June 5, 2016 - 11:00am
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