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Two Saturdays ago on March 5th, I had protected sex with a condom but there was some leakage. Even though it was a few days before I was supposed to start my period and I was most likely not ovulating, I took Plan B One Step within 2 hours of the incident.

8 days later I got my period (I was about 5 days late because of the Plan B), which lasted 8 days. It was very heavy. It ended this past Monday, March 21st.

I know since I got my period I was not pregnant AT THE TIME, but is it possible for a fertilized egg (from that one incident only) to have implanted AFTER my period stopped, meaning sometime this week? I have not had sex since then.

Also, I am planning on taking a pregnancy test, First Response Early Result, on Saturday or Sunday, so 21 or 22 days after the incident. Would the results be accurate by then?

I know the odds are extremely slim that I'm pregnant but I am seriously losing weight because of all of the stress. Someone please reassure me on this.

What are my odds for pregnancy? Thank you in advance.

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Sesan,

The odds are extremely low that you are pregnant. If it was more than 48 hours past when you ovulate the egg would not be viable. The Plan B is very effective, and if you were pregnant you don't usually have a period.

It is not likely that there would have been any fertilized egg to implant after your period stopped.

I don't think you need to worry.

You can test when your period is due. Testing early will most likely result in a negative.
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