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I am a bit worried, can u pls help me out with this.. I had unprotected intercourse on the last Wednesday (21st) and then took Ipill (emergency contraceptive pill). My expected period date was this Friday (23rd). However I did not have my period till now. I have checked the ipill site and they said that period date can be delayed by few days at normal circumstances. Now the problem is I had sex again today (Sunday 25th) and we used condoms. But unfortunately the condom slipped and I am bit afraid. Pls note I took Ipill on last wedneday (3days back). Also I had little red spotting today (25th) at night but it is not bleeding anymore. I had few white ovum released i guess today also.What should I do now? I have 4 questions basically:
1. will the Ipill work and give protection till Sunday (today’s intercourse)
2. should I take another ipill tomorrow within such short span of time.
3. What are my chances of getting pregnant.
4. can I test myself using home pregnancy test kit detecting hcd level. I mean can it detect a pregnancy within 24 hours of sex?
PLS PLS help me with some useful advice as always and recommend me any measures to avoid pregnancy under this circumstances.
and megs is right. plan b was not meant to be used as a regular form of b/c. if you continuously use it as such it can lead to lasting damages to the reproductive organs. if you're not pregnant GET ON RELIABLE B/C and use condoms!!!
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