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Reya
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(I would've just replied to my own topic but I don't have the forum password so blah.)

Firstly I wanna say THANK YOU SO MUCH to Miz Scarlet for replying to my other topic ("Awkward question").

I also wanted to ask if it would be totally irrational to take EC after what happened. =\ Thanks again for your time.


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Heather
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It'd certainly be unnecessary.

But really, that's up to you. Just understand that with a viable risk (and again, I don't think what you described was one), that the sooner EC is taken, the more effective it is. After a couple days, it's chance at being effective is reduced quite a lot, and after 120 hours, it has no chance of working at all.

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