My girlfriend got her menses on october 19th, we fooled around on the 27th n v were worried dat precum got in but we never had actual intercourse, hence she tuk an emergency pill (i-pill) on d 28th, approx 20 hrz later. 5days later der was vaginal bleeding for 5 days dat, was not as heavy as a period. The next period was expectd on 17th. there is no sign of her period yet.should we be worried? by when should she expect her period?
EC can cause a few problems in a female, and usually will completely mess her cycle up. It's not a surprise that she missed hers. One of the side effects is irregular bleeding. It's not likely she would be pregnant, and there was no need for the pill she took--it's likely caused more harm than it did good. I personally would not worry about it.
In the future, make sure you're using condoms anytime you decide to have any sexual acts or abstain completely. Emergency Contraceptives should only be used in actual emergencies such as failed condom, rape, etc.
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