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this question is similar to what toothbrush13 wrote. over the weekend i got drunk and blacked out some parts of the night. i was with my one of my good buddies and although i do not remember what happened during the wee hours of the morning i am pretty sure that we did have sex, we also had sex the next morning, without a condom. i took the plan b pill two and a half days later but i am unsure and kind of scared that it might not have worked. i do not know what to do now.
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Well, there are two things to do: first, you wait on your period. If it's late, then you'll take a pregnancy test. Then, you want to schedule an SRI screening for around a month from now.

Obviously, also, you want to be aware that getting drunk to the point of blackouts is exceptionally dangerous, both for your health as a whole, and also because it can put you in sexual danger. Suffice it to say, even for those for whom drinking is legal, we advise that if you're going to drink, you a) do it in moderation and b) don't mix it with sex.

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