I had frottage (external rubbing only without clothes) which had less chances of pregnancy but to eliminate tillte chances of pregnancy i took Emergency contraceotive "Norlevo" after 28 hours. I feel not pregnant at all. AFter Norlevo i got my periods on normal date infact 1 day before my normal period. I had normal periods and stayed for 4 averge days as usual.
No you're not pregnant, but there was absolutely no point in the Emergancy Contraceptive. Take them only if they're needed, such as you have unprotected sex. There was no way pregnancy would have occurred in the first place and an EC was a bit extreme. You aren't supposed to use them more than 2x a year due to the amountof hormones they put into the body. If you're not prepared or want to become pregnant, avoid sexual activity altogether. Good luck.
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