My GF took the morning after pill and 1 week later her period came early (2 weeks before the next scheduled period) She went to the doctor after taking the morning after pill and they said that she could likely be late on her next period. She is now 7 days late which i see from reading about this is common, but we do have unprotected sex often using the pull out method (i know this is not the best way to prevent pregnancy) we are still waiting like the doctor said but we are starting to get a little worried. She does not feel any pregnancy/period symptoms. Could she be pregnant??? Or should we continue to wait
It can take longer then a week. Why do you have unprotected sex if you don't want a baby? Sounds a little foolish to me. There are so many good methods of birth control out there. The morning after pills aren't meant for regular birth control because they are not as effective. Yes there is a chance she could be pregnant, but its more likely its just the pill. She can do a pregnancy test now, first thing in the am tho.
I hope the doctor gave her a better form of birth control? Pulling out before ejaculation and emergency contraceptives are neither very reliable. Yes, more than likely her period will be late. Plan b delays ovulation and it will mess up her regularity for a cycle or possibly two. Give it another week, if no period, have her perform a home pregnancy test. Seeing the doctor as soon as she did, they wouldnt be able to tell yet if she was pregnant (My last baby, I went to go get on the Pill, had an exam, waited for my period to come, it was late and I tested and was already pregnant so an early pelvic exam wont always detect a pregnancy)
It happens... when my gf took the plan b pill it did throw her cycle off a little. She also did take it within the three days "time limit". She didn't get pregnant or never was after taking plan b, its been awhile back and I believe the pill was only 89% effective. So there's always still that chance. I'd wait to see what the doctor says. Pulling in is always easier than pulling out™. Quit worrying, it's out of yar hands now.
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