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b0r3dme03
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are periods usually earlier or late after taking a morning after? how earlier or how late?
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I think instead of saying earlier or later, it's best to say "way off wack."

Because EC is a megadose of hormones, it will have varying and unpredictable effects of a woman's body. Many women report that they bleed soon after taking the meds. But this is not always the case.

So the best course of action is to take the emergency contraception, then wait and see. if your period is late, then take a pregnancy test.

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