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Plan b and delayed period

By Anonymous July 11, 2015 - 11:24am
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dear madam,
I have a question related to period . could you please answer it.
Here is the situation.
On 25th June night, i and my gf initiated unprotected sex. It was 5 or 10 seconds and i realized it is a not a good idea and withdrew. I was nowhere close to ejaculation and also did not ejaculate outside.I am also mostly certain i do not have pre-ejaculation.
My gf took plan b next day ( around 15hrs). She said she is expecting her period in 3 weeks. When asked about period she says she has still not got period and her last period was on June 1st. Now she is telling she was expecting period last week.

I am really scared and do not know what to do.i am afraid.
Could you kindly let me know based on these dates when she might get her period? ( estimate).
I will be waiting for your answer.
Thanks a lot madam

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Hello and thank you for sharing,
The normal side effect of emergency contraceptions are a disrupted period.
She cannot to pregnant because you did not ejaculate. No one will be able to tell you when she will have a period. She may not have one at all until next month. Some women don't have their period for months and it perfectly fine.
It is not important for her to have a regular period unless she wants to get pregnant or she has unusual symptoms which point to a serious problem.
So there is no further action to take and you do not have to worry. Her period is off because of the EC and she is not pregnant.

July 11, 2015 - 6:18pm
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