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2nd period late after taking Plan B??

By Anonymous July 26, 2015 - 3:59am
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Last month I took Plan B for the first time (hopefully the last time) and it was the most anxiety provoking situation I have ever experienced. Here is the link to my question regarding that ( I ended up getting my period later a week after taking Plan B. https://www.empowher.com/community/ask/took-plan-b-directed-severely-anxious-help?allcomments=1&anon=1#comment-168624
Now it is 30 days after the first day in that cycle and I'm getting worried. My boyfriend and I had unprotected sex for only a minute (he didnt even come close to ejaculating) about 2 days after I stopped my period. For the rest of the month, we had VERY careful sex... i.e. checking the condom meticulously between positions, always pulling out, etc. I'm petrified of taking a pregnancy test, but is it normal to be experiencing a 2nd month delay of period after Plan B??? Thank you <3

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I remember your question from last time. You are not pregnant because your boyfriend did not ejaculate, and you use condoms in perfect condition.
Your period will come on its own time. You must keep in mind that periods usually do not come like clock-work. Most women do not have a regular period unless they take some kind of hormones like birth control pills. An irregular period does not necessarily mean you are pregnant, or unhealthy in some way.
You need to relax and stop expecting your period to be like clock-work, especially since its only been a month since you got the IUD removed.

July 26, 2015 - 10:49am
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