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Delayed periods, had unprotected sex and took the morning after pill. Home test negative. Chances of pregnancy ?

hi. I had unprotected sex july 13th and took the morning after pill within 16hours. Ovulation was around july 21st. my period is normally regular and i should have got it on august 2nd but its a no show. so i am 7 days late. this morning i took a home pregnancy test first thing and it said not pregnant. why would my period not be here, is there a possibility i might be pregnant. when is the best time to take a pregnancy test? thanks for you time kind regards.
Asked On : Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
The delayed period is due to your after pill.
After pill contains hormones that will disturb the implantation process at the same time it will disturb your hormonal balance too resulted in to delayed or no period.
The home pregnancy test was taken after 2nd august would show positive result if you are pregnant.
You just wait for withdrawal bleed to happen.
Answered: Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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