Morning After Pill

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bingo - October 10

If i took the morning after pill and had s_xual intercourse after that without useing a condom, will i still have a chance of falling pregnant?

 

sighing - October 10

Why did you have unprotected s_x AGAIN after taking the pill? I suppose it depends how long after taking it did you have s_x. You should really talk to your dr or call planned parenthood. Tell them you took the pill, THEN you had s_x. Tell them how many days it was after taking the pill, that you had s_x. Please also be aware that the morning after pill is EMERGENCY contraception and not everyday contraception like condoms or birth contral pills. This means you cant just take them every week. Please, please be responsible for your s_xual health. The morning after pill DOES NOT prevent STDs and should not be used as an everyday form of contraceptions. Flooding your body weekly with these types of hormones could be detrimental to your health because they are not designed to be used so frequently.

 

'lex - October 27

well, back to the thread.....According to the leaflet which comes with the morning after pill, yes you can get pregnant after. It is designed to work in several ways to prevent both fertilisation or the fertilised egg from implanting. It does not work long term. It will probably cause your af to come a week late though (even if the packet tells you it doesn't), so if you're currently worried about being late, wait another week after af's due then do a test. I think the extra week of agonising is probably enough for most people to get serious about finding a more permanent solution... Good luck.

 

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