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    Got too drunk wednesday and forgot to take my pill (progesterone only), took it thursday, had sex friday. Only just realised I never rook it wednesday..
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    Not good, and too late for morning after. Our conjecture is meaningless.
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    Depends where you are in your cycle
    So a pop pill, I assume you have no bleed breaks?
    If you do, count the first day of bleeding as day 1, then usually on day 12 to 15 you are most fertile, so if it's say day 23 then you should be okay
    If not, then you'll just have to wait and do a test
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    Do a pregnancy test to make sure
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    Normally forgetting 1 pill won't hurt, NHS advice states if you forget 2 days in a row then you need to restart your abstinence period. But you should just do a test to be sure
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    A test wont work for a few weeks will it?
    Ive heard theres an emergency contraception you can use 120 hours after sex?
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    (Original post by beccabing)
    A test wont work for a few weeks will it?
    Ive heard theres an emergency contraception you can use 120 hours after sex?
    You've left it too late, to be properly effective emergency contraception should be taken within 12 hours
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    (Original post by iElvendork)
    You've left it too late, to be properly effective emergency contraception should be taken within 12 hours
    That's factually incorrect:
    Levonelle must be taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex, and ellaOne within 120 hours.
 
 
 
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