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I had sex with my boyfriend and we usually use protection, this time round the condom split but we only became aware after. I know I’ve passed the ovulation stage and I’m meant to start my period tomorrow. Would it be worth getting the morning after pill or should I just see if I get my period?
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I had sex with my boyfriend and we usually use protection, this time round the condom split but we only became aware after. I know I’ve passed the ovulation stage and I’m meant to start my period tomorrow. Would it be worth getting the morning after pill or should I just see if I get my period?
I would get the morning after pill, you can't take the risk waiting
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I’m echoing what Rock Fan has said, get the morning after pill just to be on the safe side
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Update I got the morning after pill but I didn’t get my period today :confused:
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Update I got the morning after pill but I didn’t get my period today :confused:
How many days per month do you wait for your period to start? Sometimes mine vary. Did you have unprotected sex or contraception failure during ovulation?
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It’s different each month but it’s usually 33 days and we had protected sex during ovulation. I know I passed the ovulation stage almost 2 weeks ago now so I’m just confused
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How many days per month do you wait for your period to start? Sometimes mine vary. Did you have unprotected sex or contraception failure during ovulation?
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It’s different each month but it’s usually 33 days and we had protected sex during ovulation. I know I passed the ovulation stage almost 2 weeks ago now so I’m just confused
Stress may make it late as well
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Stress may make it late as well
Yep. And so can the morning after pill.
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It’s different each month but it’s usually 33 days and we had protected sex during ovulation. I know I passed the ovulation stage almost 2 weeks ago now so I’m just confused
Ok, well the from personal experience the morning after pill can make your period late, so could be that for you. If you’re stressed that can also affect your period.
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