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Really really panicking and confused. Help! watch

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    Okay, so basically I had unprotected sex the Friday just gone and then took the morning after pill on the Sunday.

    Thing is, I can't remember even having a period since maybe before last December, my periods have always been really wierd and irregular and I had tonsilitis recently and have kind of lost my appetite since then, and so haven't really been eating (which could also have affected my period).

    So I just don't know what to do. Don't even know when to expect my period?
    Help :[

    just go get a pregnancy test, thats all you can do really, dont wait around to see what happens. its scary., but you have to take responsibility

    Do you want me to come round and lead you to the pharmacy, holding your hand?

    You took the morning after pill 2 days after unprotected sex?
    You should be fine. Pregnancy won't show up on a test this early anyway - a blood test at the doctors' will be able to tell you for sure, but I think you'd have to wait a couple of weeks for that, too. Try not to worry too much - the MAP will probably mess up your cycle a bit, but then, so does stress.

    (I'd be more worried about STDs at this point, but most of those take 3 months to show up on a test as well.)
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