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delayed menstruation & pregnancy results were negative, please help

My girlfriend and I had unprotected sex last month and she took the emergency contraceptic pill the very next day...the day she was suppose to have her period...her period was delayed by four days..her period for this month has not occurred yet even after 15 days....we had sex in between and used the withdrawal method checked for pregnancy 3 times but the results were negative.....we are worried...plz help.
Asked On : Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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The emergency pill shouldnt be taken at any time but only during the fertile period otherwise the periods become irregular.If she is delayed by 15 days now,then she should definitely know if she's pregnant by now.If the report is negative,then just tell her to wait.Her cycles are irregular due to the hormones.Avoid stress.Next month,with a negative test if she doesnt get her periods then some tests will be required.
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