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Me and my girlfriend had sex a week ago and the condom broke. I didnt ejaculate at all and we stopped having sex. She took an EC pill just to be on the safe side. 3 days later shes showing all her symptoms of her period like cravings and breaking out. Could this be the EC taking into effect. I'm just asking bc im freaking out she's pregnant from having sex previous times with just a condom. Shes not supposed to have her period for another 2 weeks. Any insight?

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EC can cause bleeds to occur early sometimes. It's also a change in hormones, so very well could be the case of why she's feeling this way. Once it's been about two weeks she can test just to be sure. But honestly, the first sign she'd notice of pregnancy is a missed period.

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