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By Anonymous June 22, 2013 - 11:27pm
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i took postinor 2 pill after unprotected sex the second pill was suppose to be taken after 12 hours but i took the second pill after 45 minutes late..will postinor 2 work bcz i took it late?

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Hi,I need a help here,my girlfriend having her period on 31st august 2013 and end it on 4th September 2013. On 5th September,we had a protected sex and I EJACULATED INSIDE HER VAGINA BUT STILL IN THE CONDOM. For safety measure,she took postinor 2 but only A PILL,NOT TWO. On 9th September,WE had a protected sex again but this time I ejaculated OUTSIDE and she did not take postinor 2. On 10th September,she had a vaginal bleeding or maybe I could say period I'm not sure and the bleeding stop on 12th September. She ever took postinor 2 in our sexual activities a few months ago but never experience any bleeding,just a quicker period. My questions are:

1) The bleeding is a sign of implantation bleeding or vaginal bleeding or a period?
2) Should both of us be worried whether she will get pregnant or not?
3) When she will get her next period if that bleeding is not a period?
4) Since when we should count her next cycle? On the day she end her period or the day she end the bleeding? Please reply me as soon as possible as I'm so worried of her.

September 14, 2013 - 8:32pm
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Hi Anonymous,

You should be fine. The only way you can find out for sure is wait until you miss your period (if, you do) and take a pregnancy test. Since you were not that late for the second pill though - you should be fine!

Good luck,


June 23, 2013 - 5:12am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

thanks missie

June 24, 2013 - 1:03pm
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