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  1. What does "condom came out" mean?
  2. 25 May was probably a fertile day.
  3. EC would probably delay your next period which may come within the next week..
  4. As it is over 3 weeks since you had sex, a home test should be reliable.
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Came out in the sense, it was bigger size so slipped off and I continued maybe 2 strokes before realising the condom was off.
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Health Ace
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  1. Standard size is ok for most men.
  2. 1 or 2 strokes would be enough to transfer pre-cum
  3. Probably her period will come
  4. A test could allay fears
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Just curious that, If ipill is taken on 9th day of cycle, then:
1. Is it necessary that it must cause bleeding in the next couple of days?
2. Is it necessary that it must cause induced period?
3. Is it necessary that the next period will get delayed?
4. Is it normal for next period to come on time?
5. Does this impact fertility in next couple of months?
6. If pill fails, then is the foetus/baby that will form adversely affected in any way?
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Cycle Day 8 of a 25/26-day cycle would be a fertile day and the i-pill taken on CD9 would probably prevent ovulation (due CD12/13).

  1. No.
  2. No.
  3. No. It could come earlier.
  4. No. But it is not 'abnormal'
  5. Yes, probably.
  6. No.

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Is it correct to assume that if ipill is taken before ovulation then it delays the ovulation. Where as if taken after ovulation, then it causes bleeding/induced period to shed off the lining and/or prevent ovulation?
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Please read the last word as implantation... "and/or prevent implementation"
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Hello.

1. Can it be possible that ipill failed to work if there is no bleeding in next 2 weeks?
2. Is ipill useless if taken after ovulation?
3. Is ipill useless if taken after sperm meets egg?
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  1. It can prevent ovulation if taken before ovulation.
  2. That may happen if taken after ovulation, and some, therefore, consider it to be abortive, However, there is some dispute about its effect.
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  1. Yes, that is possible it failed to work.
  2. If taken after ovulation, it will not prevent the ovulation that has occurred. Some claim to prevent fertilisation, but that is disputed.
  3. After fertilisaion, there are disputed claims about implantation prevention as that could be considered abortive.
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If the ipill is taken before ovulation, then if there is no bleeding in following 2 weeks, then is it sign of failure of pill?
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Not necessarily. It could delay the expected bleeding.
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What if there is no bleeding untill the next period? Does this mean the ipill failed and I was just lucky to not get pregnant?
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Hello. Can there be period like symptoms and also actual period (4 day bleeding), yet an ongoing pregnancy?
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Not necessarily. The i-pill consists of synthetic hormones which add to your own hormone levels. So the impact depends on what your own levels are and at what stage of your cycle you are. Some women will miss a period, but that sometimes happens anyway. But it could be that the i-pill failed to work but you just didn't get pregnant.
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