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Late 2nd period after next choice?

By Anonymous February 27, 2012 - 4:18pm
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On monday january 2,2012 I had sex with my boyfriend and he came inside of me; immediatly I went to the pharmacy to buy next choice. On january 9,2012 I had a very light period for about 5 days. 2 weeks after that I had unprotected sex again but this time I didn`t drink the pill, ever since then we`ve been having unprotected sex because this time we do want a baby. My normal period is a 33 day cycle it was supposed to come february 10 and till this day theres no sign of my period. I tested with an hpt the week before my period was supposed to start and the same week and all the test came out negative. My boobs have been tender for the past 3weeks but no period, should I just wait some more for a late period or should I go to the doctor??? I feel just fine, no kind of symptoms.

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So my period finally came march 6 and it lasted the 5 days it normally does, but one thing I tell you I would never take another emergency birthcontrol pill. Even if I had unprotected sex so many times after I still didnt get pregnant cause the reactions of that pill were still inside me.

March 13, 2012 - 2:25pm

Since you are trying to conceive, it would be a good idea to make an appointment with your gynecologist.

Changes in the menstrual cycle, such as a period starting earlier or later than normal, are a side effect of taking Next Choice.

Your doctor can order a blood pregnancy test which checks the hCG or pregnancy hormone levels. It is more accurate than a urine test.

Wishing you well,


February 27, 2012 - 5:06pm
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