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fauxdbq
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My friend took the morning after pill about two months ago. Her period came at the regular time, 6/30 and lasted until 7/5. But then she had another "period" which lasted from 7/7 until about 7/14. since then she has not had a period. She was worried and was wondering if this was a side effect of the pill or something else.
Thank you in advance!

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pyro_angel
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EC (morning after pill) can REALLY mess with your cycles. It's very likely that this is due to the hormones. If she is worried, she can certainly take a pregnancy test to be sure the EC worked.

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