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Broken condom during intercourse. Took pill no feeling except sore. Pregnant?

My friend had sex on Friday and the condom broke. She took next choice after 2 days (48 hours) didnt get sick or feel any symptoms except feeling sore. She says that next choice is 90% effective but there's still the 10% that something can go wrong. Since she waited 48 hours before taking next choice and didnt take it right after is there a chance she may be pregnant? The pill box says to wait 6 days. What does she do and how can she tell if the pill didnt effect her and she knows she is pregnant?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
the i pill of course is 90 % effective in preventing a pregnancy.
As you yourself have answered your question, there is a 10 % chance of getting pregnant.
she would know if she is pregnant if she misses her period, and a pregnancy test is positive.
till then make sure that she has protected intercourse .
all the best.
Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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