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sunkissedx
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basically just started taking brivinor pill again on the first day of my period on the 24th of last month.
that same month i had went for the morning after pill like i was telling yous about. My period was alot longer than usual and it suddenly stopped then i started spotting bleeding black blood a few days later, could this just be due to the pill and the morning after pill ?

also just before that period last month i told you about the condom failing , im sure it failed on the day I turned come to think of it , or it could of been a week before? I really dont know can someone help me? does it not matter when it was either way if i had a period.

I NEED TO GET SORTED AND SAFE

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Because you had a period that lasted for days and was normal bleed (that finally ended and you had the dark brown which was old blood leaving) then you're safe.

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could i be pregnant from what ive explained ?
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becausee that morning after pill was before i had the scare before my period so im wondering whether anythings happened ? I had a fairly normal period and the sex was either on the day i turned or a week before i cant remember
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Given you had a bleed since you took the EC and after that risk, you're not pregnant.

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I didnt what had happened was i took the morning after pill at around the 14th of february and then i had the scare,
I turned on the 24th but the scare was around a week before the 24th or it could of been on the day i turned.

so even if it was a week before i turned or the day i turned when i had the scare , are you saying there is no way i could be pregnant? just need to be sure

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Can you explain what you mean by "turned" here? I see you using it a lot and am a bit confused what you're actually asking. You took EC on the 14th, and the 24th what happened?

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turned as in "started period" / "first day of period" sorry just "turned" is a term we use here.

forget about the ec cause its making it more confusing haha
basically i had sex THE WEEK BEFORE and THE DAY i started my period, we used a condom on both occasions and they broke so im wondering whether i have a risk even though i had a period?

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and just to let you know im back on the pill so if the condom does break again which is highly unlikly cause ive done reaserach i'll be protected. Just really need to know my risk above
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Okay, first of all - if you used a condom both times, and had it break both times - then there's something wrong here. Condoms don't break easily or often unless they're past expiration, not stored correctly, or not being used correctly. (Using them correctly ALSO means using them with a good water-based lubricant. Check this out: Condom Basics: A User's Manual. And no, you don't need to be worried about a risk.

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