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Posted by bebax3 (Member # 46746) on :
 
Okay so yesturday i had intercorse with my bf , and the condom broke , today i was drinking since 3 like until 8 , and i just drank the after day pill. Will it not work because i was drinking , i forgot about that :/ what should i do?
 
Posted by Allie R (Member # 102566) on :
 
Hey there bebax3,

Just to clarify, you took the morning-after pill?

Alcohol doesn't have any impact on EC, or any birth control for that matter- unless you count increasing the likelihood of human error (ex. forgetting to take the pill, putting on a condom incorrectly, etc).
 
Posted by bebax3 (Member # 46746) on :
 
Yes the morning after pill and now like a week after this i har my period for the second time this month. Would that have to do enything with the pill? Before i had intercose i had my period , now i have it againg . This never happened before
 
Posted by Robin Lee (Member # 90293) on :
 
One of the side effects some people experience with taking emergency contraception is a change to their menstrual cycle. These changes can include periods that are earlier or later than usual, spotting (light bleeding) between periods), or missed periods.

Here's some more information about emergency contraception:

Emergency Contraception (Plan B or the Morning-After-Pill)
 


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