I dint get periods after i have taken the contraceptive pill after sex.It has been three days now.
can i get pregnant? i have taken the "Unwanted" pill within 6 hours after sex.I dint get my periods even after taking the contraceptive pill.Please answer my question.Thanks in advance.
That has happened to many women. Sometimes it : just happens that way. More than likely, you will not be pregnant, especially since you have taken the unwanted pill during the six hours as required. Many women have the same problem, and i think all of them worry about the same thing.
I suppose you mean that you have taken Plan B? Typically it can take up to a week after taking the pill to have a period. Taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex it is up to 85% effective. I see that you asked this question 7 days ago, so if you haven't gotten your period by this point then I would take a pregnancy test.
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