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My girlfriend took a plan b pill a week later she got her period.Its been a month now and her period is two days late . Could she be pregnant?

By September 10, 2017 - 10:44am
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My girlfriend and I had sex with a condom but it slipped out when I pulled out so she took a plan b pill 30min after .. a week later she got her period as normal .. it's been a month now and she's two days late . Within that month we had sex 3 more times with a condom .. is it possible that she is pregnant? Or is it just the plan b pill ?

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Hello, Torresm. Thank you for writing.

Unless you had another condom mishap, she shouldn't be pregnant. As you say, she had her period (bleeding) after the ECP. The delay is likely from the pill. If she is concerned, she can test for pregnancy. Condoms used correctly, each and every time, are very good at preventing pregnancy.


September 10, 2017 - 11:04am
(reply to Helena)

Thank you so much for responding! Here is an update, its been 5 days now and still no signs of her getting her period. I know for some women it took up to 2 weeks to start their period so im not to worried about that. So its been a month and 5 days since she took the pill she didn't get any side effects until now. She has been feeling very nauseas in the mornings. My questions is that normal? From what i read side effects of the pill usually happen days after taking it.

September 12, 2017 - 5:37am
Guide (reply to Torresm)


No, nausea would not be from the ECP a month later.


September 13, 2017 - 4:59pm
(reply to Helena)

She finally got her period .. she told me it was brownish something she never had before Is this normal ? Also she still feels like throwing up everyday it comes and goes away nothing to bad .. I will be buying a pregnancy test .. I just want your opinion. Thanks !

September 17, 2017 - 12:21pm
Guide (reply to Torresm)


At this point, I have helped you all that I can. Please contact her doctor if you still have doubts or further questions. I'm glad her period came.


September 17, 2017 - 12:52pm
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