will an i-pill(an emergency contraceptive sold in india) delay periods?
my GF took a I-pill after we had unprotected sex. though i am sure i dint ejaculate inside her just as a precaution she took it. now her period is delayed by more than 9 days.
she is having severe abdominal pains similar to what she experiences during her normal period, but still she is not having her period.
please let me know if it is normal after taking an i-pill.
i-pill is an emergency contraceptive sold in India. it says if an i-pill is taken with in 72 hours of un-protected sex then an unwanted pregnancy can be avoided. she had taken i-pill with in an hour after sex.
my girlfriend and i had unprotected sex 3 days after her periods...it has just been 24hrs and we r still debating weather or not she she should take the pill...will she be pregnant if she does not take the pill?she is worried about irregular periods..
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