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Protected sex, took unwanted 72, still not got periods. Can still be pregnant ?

hello sir! I would like to bring in ot your notice that our friend had sex with his partner thrice with condom. but his partner is having doubt that may be some drops of semen may remained in the vegina. So my friend gave her Unwanted 72 tablet to eat but still she did not get her periods even after 10 days of having that tablet. SO kindly guide us is there anythng serious??????????? you can send us on YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
You have not given details of on which day of her cycle she got sex?
If the Unwanted 72 taken during initial phase of her cycle she may not get the period.
So now if she had completed one moth from her last period she should take pregnancy test & if negative then considered it as a disturbances due to unwanted 72 & wait for period.
Answered: Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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