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One June 3rd My girlfriend and I had sex and after fully ejaculated​ I pulled out and realized the condom broke. Two and a half hours later she took a Take Action (it's the same as a plan b but 10 dollars cheaper), she got brown then clear discharge. Then she had light cramps for a few days, but other than that she's not had any sign of her period. And she said she's had no discharge since then. It's now been a full week and she still hasn't had her period. What should we do?

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It will really depend where your gf was in her menstrual cycle when you had sex. The most risky time is middle of her cycle. (IE in a 28 day cycle days 8 to 18, with days 10 to 15 generally being the most risky as that is when ovulation is likely to take place) If sex occurred after day 18 on a 28 day cycle is less likely she will get pregnant.
If she ovulated in the hours before intercourse or just after intercourse and before you took plan B than there is less chance Plan B will prevent pregnancy.
Also Plan B can throw out the normal menstrual cycle and delay the period.
If she is already late for her period then she can take a HPT to see if she is going to have your baby.
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