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... In early February, the condom my fiance and I were using broke. A day later, I went to Planned Parenthood and got Plan B, an emergency contraceptive. ... (1 replies)
... I have a question regarding emergency contraception and side effects. ... (3 replies)
... n can occur at any time and thus anger you because you want some certainty. Anyway, we took precautions with a condom but it slipped off and was lodged inside of No Man's Land for about 5 minutes after I finished. We rushed to Planned Parenthood and she took Plan B One Step within 2 hours of the accident. ... (0 replies)

... I am real sorry that no one seems to be able to help you. I don't think it is because people don't want to respond. I think it is because they don't have an answer. ... (3 replies)
... The problem now is that, although I have taken three pregnancy tests and all were negative, I still haven't gotten my period and I'm still bloated. ... (4 replies)
IUD failure ...
Jul 29, 2006
... I have a paragard too. Antibiotics do NOT decrease the effectiveness. There are no hormones in the paragard, its copper wound on plastic. ... (4 replies)
Iud Question
Aug 28, 2007
... I have the copper IUD too, and I know that IUDs are often put in during a period. I also have read that the IUD can also be used as such for emergency contraception after unprotected sex, so I am not sure what the prohibition on sex is all about re your doc. ... (6 replies)
... when was your last period, or when are you expecting your next period? if you JUST finished your period (like 1-10 days ago) there is a possibility you could get pregnant. however since you took "emergency contraception" you might not be. if you are about to start your next period (14 days away or less) it's most likely you already ovulated and there was nothing to even... (6 replies)
... only really effective if taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex. And since you missed more than 2 pills in a row, theres always a chance you could be pregnant, no matter how long you've been on the pill. ... (4 replies)
... Where she is at in her cycle has no control of the effectiveness. ... (4 replies)
... what methods of emergency contraception would you guys recommend? ... (0 replies)
... birth control. If you happened to ovulate, which is definately possible, of course pregnancy is possible. And, taking 1 pill from your pack isn't effective as emergency contraception, and won't prevent pregnancy should fertilization occur. ... (1 replies)
... No it won't. You need to get the morning after pill or emergency contraception. The pill takes 7 days to prevent pregnancy when started or it is effective the first day if you start on your period. ... (4 replies)
... effective, but it works for us. Should I ever find that the condom as broke, and feel that I'm at risk for pregnancy, I'd use emergency contraception. ... (2 replies)

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