What happens if I had unprotected sex on day 14 of my cycle, then within the nex 2 hours i took emergency pill? I wanna know is it possible if i’m pregnant?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered

Day 14 is the middle of the menstrual cycle, so once you have sex, there is no going back. The egg is fertilised, leading to pregnancy. A lot of those emergency pills are a fad anyway.

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Melinda Stones answered

You are protected from an undesirable pregnancy if you take birth control pills on a regular basis. Considering the cycle phase you were in, if that pill was a one-time thing, there still remains a chance that you may become pregnant. Consult a doctor or have a pregnancy test to get to know the truth.

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Karen Bridges , It's alright, answered

95% of time these pills do work.

Sit back, relax, take a pregnancy test in 2-3 weeks. Even if something went wrong, you'll still have plenty of time to figure things out.

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Robert Triplett answered

A sure way to prevent an unwanted pregnancy is to ingest basil oil it's a mild hallucinogen that is fatal to fetuses it's what witches used to give to people back in ancient times to cause miscarriages they also used wormwood to cause the same effect or absinthe which is a distilled form of wormwood  but please research before you use because if you use too much it may kill you

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Hanna Whilson answered

The risk is high. If you are not ready to have a baby right now, it is better to take birth control pills.

Rey Tibonik Profile
Rey Tibonik answered

That's what I was able to find out on your question there are absolutely all the answers to my questions. It's amazing!

Fertilization occurs within a few days after sexual intercourse, so it is so important to influence this mechanism already in the early stages (the first 72 hours the effectiveness of the drug is high, in the subsequent it drops sharply).

It is best to take the drug within the first 12-24 hours after unprotected intercourse.


The probability of getting pregnant after unprotected intercourse with taking hormonal drugs is approximately 1-2%, and these funds are transferred relatively easily.

The reproductive function is restored already in the next cycle, on the hormonal background as a whole the drug is not affected in a single application.


The drugs do not protect the partners from infections, because the viruses and bacteria do not have any effect on hormones.

This method is not used for permanent contraception, because in this case it can disrupt the work of the hormonal system.

Michael Poland Profile
Michael Poland answered

Listen an listen very good !

If you want pain, hit yourself with a hammer.

If you want a baby, have sex.

Did you learn anything?

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