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About 2 weeks ago, my friend had sex with her boyfriend. She wasn't on birth control, he didn't use a condom... It wasn't safe sex at all.
She was supposed to get her period on the 17th of this month, but she said it was just a little blood and that was it. She's extremely worried that she might be pregnant...
I know this isn't much info...
I'm so worried for her, her parents are awful and I don't know what they would do if she is pregnant.
Should she just take a pregnancy test?
Please help if you can.

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She obviously has had a high pregnancy risk- so, since it's been two weeks, it's too late for EC. She should take a pregnancy test- the results will be accurate by now. (If her period seemed at all like a regular period, then she likely is not pregnant- however, if it was just a bit of light spotting, I'd still take the test.)


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