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    I got far too drunk and lost my friends in the club, they couldn't find me for several hours until they found me asleep. I can't remember anything and am freaking out about what could have happened. Should I take emergency contraception in case something did happen?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I got far too drunk and lost my friends in the club, they couldn't find me for several hours until they found me asleep. I can't remember anything and am freaking out about what could have happened. Should I take emergency contraception in case something did happen?
    I suppose it's better to be safe than sorry.
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    Is there any evidence that anyone had sex with you? Where you still wearing any underwear when you were found / was there any bruising of your vulva or semen or other physical indication of sex?

    If not, taking emergency contraception seems unnecessary.

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    There wasn't any evidence that anything had happened, I was still fully clothed. However, I just feel generally uneasy about what might have happened. I'm currently experiencing menstrual cramps but have not yet got my period, so not sure what to do.
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    Anything might have happened, but some things are much less likely than others. Given how close you are to your period, pregnancy wouldn't have happened even if someone had very carefully undressed you, come inside you, waited a bit, wiped you gently and then very carefully dressed you.

    What you've had is a warning about drinking, not a pregnancy, and your period will doubtless be along soon - stress is a common reason for delayed periods.
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    I suppose you are right, it was just quite a worrying experience and has definitely made me realise I need to know my limits. Once an idea like that crosses your mind though it's hard to ignore, thanks for the reply it was what I needed.
 
 
 
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