Me and my girlfriend had unprotected sex on the 4th day of her period and 3 days after that she and an emergency contraceptive. Few days later we had another unprotected sex again. after the medication she had some bleeding later on but i read about it so i thought it was normal. Now, she miss her period for 2 weeks already and after twice pregnancy test the result was negative. So, is she pregnant?! Any way to estimate when is her next period will come? Urgent! Thanks!!
Plan B is notorious for messing up a woman's period. Plan B is basically a megadose of hormones so no wonder things are messed up. If two pregnancy tests are negative, she probably isn't pregnant. It may take a bit for her period to return after the Plan B.
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