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I had unprotected sex on the 3rd day of my period. And just took morning after pill a week ago, should I take it again?

Not needed. No. Although you should ensure all intercourse is protected if you aren't ready for pregnancy, the scenario you describe should be very, very low risk for pregnancy. Period plus emergency contraceptive. Read more...

I have a normal 7 day period but it only lasted 4 days this month. I had unprotected sex and I also took the morning after pill can I still be pregnan?

Unlikely. Not sure about the sequence of things, but certainly if you had a period since you had unprotected sex and used emergency contraception you are very likely not pregnant. The fact that the period was shorter, only 4 days, could be related to the use of the Plan B. Pursue more reliable contraception:) Read more...

Had unprotected sex 1 day before my period. Should I worry? Should I take morning after pill? And what happen if I take pill

Not if period comes. If a period comes the next day or two, and looks and feels like a regular normal period, then pregnancy did not occur. The morning-after pill works if taken 0-5 days after sex, so a woman in such a situation can consider taking the pill if no regular normal period begins during the next day or two. Read more...

I had unprotected sex during my regular periods and then I took the morning after pill can I still be prgnant?

Maybe. Maybe not. Plan B and other emergency contraceptive pills work the majority of the time, but not all the time, so should test in 3 weeks. A urine pregnancy test done correctly gives a reliable result 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have happened). If done sooner, a positive result is likely real, but a negative result may be due to testing too soon, and therefore lead to a repeat test. Read more...