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sha said she just came off her period and had sex three days after she came off and she is afraid and she wants to buy the plan b pill i'm just trying to help my friend because thats what friends do and i would want her to do the same for me... so any other advice?
no it hasn't the little thing on thu plan b website has a tracker she had sex 2 days ago at 2 something, and plan b said earlier today that she had 32 more hours. I'm guessing she brought it earlier today around 11:00 AM
then she should be fine to take it. as long as she takes it within the time period and follows the directions to a T. i know it's not necessary but she should call her ob/gyn or gp to let them know she took it and to possibly have a follow up appointment to be sure all is well with the womanly parts.
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