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Had unprotected sex. Have cramps, bloating. Will get periods or pregnant?

Two weeks ago I took 2 plan b one step pills 3 days apart. Same guy, but the condom broke. I started a really light period last Sunday that just ended. I shoul have started on March 28th. This past Friday night we had sex again after drinking and we didn't use a condom. He came inside of me, and I thought I shouldn't take another pill(I didn't know if it was safe too). Tonight I have been crampy/bloated and am not sure why? I should start my next period until the 25th of this month(ideally). Could I be starting another period, or could I be pregnant? Kind if worried.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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As you have used two pills soon enough to disrupt your hormonal balance badly, you may not get a proper period now at least, until the disturbance settles. As such it cannot be predicted whether you have ovulated at all in this cycle. You may have to wait for at least 10-14 days after your expected period and see a doctor for an evaluation. Please do not take emergency pills on a regular basis, they are going to mess up your system and lead to long term effects on fertility. Use a regular form of contraception. Take care.
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