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Will birth control and plan b delay menstrual periods ?

I had sex for the first time and the condom broke but we didn t know until about 24 hours later because i found apart of it after i used the bathroom. i took plan b within 34 hours and i had just started using birth control 3 days earlier. how much of a chance am i pregnant because i m freaking out cuz i m supposed to have my period today, but doesn t birth control and plan b delay your period...but by how long of a time, when should i start worrying?
Asked On : Thu, 6 Jan 2011
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Chances of pregnancy depends on the time of intercourse, preg can happen only when there is an ovum(female egg), tht is around 10th to 18th day of your cycle, counting from the 1st day of your last menses. Since your menses was due on 6th jan, you are clearly not in your fertile phase. So stop worrying.

Answered: Thu, 6 Jan 2011
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