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Plan B but period is not coming

By December 6, 2015 - 6:16am
 
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Hello.
My last period started on Oct.30th, and I had a sexual intercourse on Nov.6th & 7th using condom (no leakage) plus my partner did not ejaculate at all to prevent pregnancy...
But I was still worried so I took Plan-B as additional protection method on Nov.7th (about 20 hrs later from first intercourse)
After 6 days later, on Nov.12th, I spotted blood clumps and it continued for 4 days.

My period is usually irregular. But I am supposed to get period around Dec.6th, and still nothing.

I am worried because I have no period symptom at all. Usually I should have little cramps on my lower stomach + sore breast..... but still nothing!

Is this sign of pregnancy? or did plan-b reset my period cycle?
I feel so worried, plz help!

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
There is no possibility of pregnancy for several reasons: he did not ejaculate, you wore a condom, and you took emergency contraception.
Emergency contraception can disrupt your cycle which is normal.
Faith

December 6, 2015 - 7:29pm
(reply to fchacon)

Oh and on Nov.23rd I had another sexual intercourse using condom. But only 10 piston moving. (No more than 10, no ejaculation)
Could this be factor that will make me pregnant?....

December 6, 2015 - 7:41pm
Guide (reply to samo23019)

No, there is possibility of pregnancy from this event either. The reason being: there was condom protection and no sperm.
Keep in mind that you can only become pregnant during ovulation. During any other time of the month, there is no egg to fertilize.
Faith

December 6, 2015 - 7:45pm
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