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Second period hasn't arrived after taking Postinor 2?

By January 4, 2016 - 10:16pm
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Me and my girlfriend has unprotected sex on November 14th 2015. It was dumb but we were smart enough not to continue the ordeal. There was limited penetration, I was "inside" of her for about 5 seconds and pulled out, dry. Pretty sure there was no pre-ejaculate nor ejaculation. Then we'd continue other activities without penetration to the vagina, such as a oral whatsoever. I finished by myself and did not ejaculate in her, nor even on her body - and I went to shower and cleaned myself as well as pee to make sure there wasn't any semen and sperm left.

We went to buy some food and then ate it. We went to bed and somehow we did it again. It was around 2 hours after the last "sex"
I then stuck it inside her again, for no more than 5 seconds. I guess I wanted to feel what it was like and then pulled out and played around the outside of her vagina. There wasn't any pre-ejaculate, as to my knowledge.
Sorry for being too graphic. I didn't finish this time since she had to go.
Two days later she took EC (Postinor 2) on November 16th. She received her period on November 31st and it lasted for 7 days. A little heavier than usual but it was pretty normal. We were relieved that she got her period.
Now it is January 5th, she is now late 6 days and I am very concerned. She had a flu that consisted of coughing, runny nose, headaches, blockage and a sore throat on December 25 and it went away around December 31st/January 1st.
I was wondering if being 6 days indicate that she is pregnant? She hasn't reported any pregnancy symptoms so far and she has been healthy just like before. Could it be the side effect of the EC as well as having the flu?
I look forward to see any comments or opinions on this matter.
Thank you.

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