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Late periods. Unprotected sex, taken pill, sex again, coitus interruptus. Solution?

Hi i had unprotected sex with my partner on 15sept and then on 17sept and after that within half and hour i took my emergency i pill..and after that my partner forced to do sex so we had coitus interruptus but i think my periods are delayed coz previously i had them on 4sept but now i don't had my period till 5 oct .plzzzz suggest me solution
Asked On : Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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Mar 2016

First of all, you did unprotected sex close to ovulation day. However, you took emergency pill within 1/2 hr. It will give protection more than 95% against unwanted pregnancy.

Following taking pill, period may be delayed for 1-2 weeks from due date. You must undergo one home pregnancy test if your period is delayed more than 1 week.

Hope it helps. Practice safe sex in future.
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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