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guitar123
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So I posted before that me and my girlfriend had sex with a condom and it ended up breaking and we stopped having sex. She took EC about 21 hours later. But the thing is i bought the 2 tablet Plan B pill. So she took 1 tablet 22 hours after sex and the other 33 hours after sex. I was wondering if its less effective because she's supposed to get her period soon. I know if you take EC within 24 hours its safer, but she took two tablets. Any less effective? Kind of scared at this point.
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Karybu
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It shouldn't be any less effective, since she took the first pill within 24 hours, but it's really tough to tell with these things. At this point, all you can really do is try to relax, and she can take a test when enough time has passed.

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Okay thank you for the speedy response.
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