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By November 30, 2011 - 3:39pm

Hi my last period started on october 26th. I had sex on the 5th of november, and the condom broke. I took the first pill of next choice as directed one hour later. I had sex again in between the 12 hour period before I took the second next choice pill. And the condom broke again. Both times were only for a few minutes and there was no ejaculation inside the vagina as he pulled out when the broken condom was realized.This was two hours before I took the second pill as the directions instructed. I had light bleeding about 6 days later, after I took the next choice, for about 4-5 days. My cycles have been about 35 days long the last two months. I was expecting my period sometime in between the 27th-29th of november, but it has not come. It is today, November 30th. I had taken Plan B one-step in august as well. Does my skipped period mean I could be pregnant or is it that having taken plan b a few months prior and next choice in october has caused my hormones to make my period irregular? Does next choice still provide protection for unprotected sex in between pills 1 and 2? And could the light bleeding (brown/dark blood discharge) six days after taking the pill be considered a period even though it would be about three weeks before my period should be due?

By HERWriter Guide December 18, 2011 - 7:04pm


Thanks for your post!

You need to take Plan B everytime you have unprotected sex (and use better quality condoms if necessary, for two to break in a row is unusual).

It has been a a couple of weeks- have you had your period yet?



December 18, 2011 - 7:04pm

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