Hello, and I hope I can help you today.
The morning after pill is 90 percent effective if taken within 72 hours of unprotected intercourse
. So, regardless of what happened with your pill taking before your pill-free week, the morning-after pill should still be effective.
Many women have a delayed period after taking the morning-after pill as a side-effect, but the possibility of pregnancy
still exists if you are late, so you should perform a urine pregnancy test just in case. If it has not been 2 weeks yet since your unprotected encounter, it may be too early to have a positive pregnancy test, so I would repeat it in a week if that is the case.
In addition, many women have an irregular period or skip entirely after they stop the pill.
If you are not pregnant, you can start a new pack of pills as soon as you get them, but just use a condom as a backup for the first two weeks. You should get a period in the pill-free week as you did previously.
I hope I was able to answer your question today and that my advice was helpful.