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Londongirl
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this link:http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/Forum21/HTML/000175.html was given by Bobolink yesterday to a user in emergencies in crises

It seems like a really good idea to have a thread like this to signpost people to, but it seems a bit out of date - it says EC needs to be taken within 72 hours.

It also says "If it's been more than 72 hours, a home pregnancy test is the best way to test for pregnancy." I thought this could mislead some people into thinking they can take a test 72 hours after sex. I know it says about waiting the necessary amount of time later in the post, but I misread it the first time, and I'm not freaking out about possible pregnancy......

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Londongirl
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