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An_254521 posted:
my gf has taken an i pill within 24 hrs of unprotected sex........but nothing happened to her ..like no sideeffects..no vomitting or bleeding,nausea,abdominal pain.she is perfectly fine.what does that mean .is she need to take an another pill......plz answer as soon as possible..plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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nreyn3 responded:
this isnt the right community for this posting, but my suggestion would be if you are that concerned of pregnancy, and dont want a baby she needs to be on regular birth control, and you need to use a condom everytime!! just because someone is on birth control or takes a morning after pill does not mean they wont fall into the .05% that still end up pregnant. theres alot of people that use birth control improperly and wind up pregnant. unprotected sex anytime is generally unsafe unless you are 100% sure neither partner has an std and the relationship is monogomous. i would say unprotected sex is not worth the risk of contracting something you cant get rid of. best of luck to you.
 
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tlkittycat1968 responded:
It doesn't mean anything. The morning after pill usually doesn't cause symptoms but her next period may be late.


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