Hey, so like yesteday/this morning i posted about a pregnancy risk, i went to the NHS walk in centre near where I live and the nurses there said i had no significant pregancy risk but to be safe gave me one- levonelle 1500mg, could this make my period a little later after ovulation, its not something i'm worried about, just so i can expect it
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Emergency contraception always poses the possibility of changed or wonky cycles for one or more cycles (but rarely more than for a cycle or two).
So, yes, you may not have your period when you'd normally expect it this cycle. You might, but you also might not.
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