The condom broke when I did it 5 days before my period, and I ejaculated deeply, so I immediately took the emergency contraceptive pill.Do I need to take another one?
Five days before menstruation is not ovulation within the ejaculation, is safer, but you and emergency take the emergency contraceptive pill, do not need to take remedial measures
Emergency contraceptive pills are contraceptive as long as they are used correctly in accordance with the method of administration and used within 72 hours, so there is no need to take another one and take other remedial measures
Hello, 5 days before menstruation should be a safe period, safe period without ovulation, intercourse will not be pregnant, if you take the emergency contraceptive pill, there is no need to take again, emergency contraceptive pills have a lot of side effects, can not often take, you can stop the pill to observe.
Generally speaking, as long as the emergency contraceptive pill is taken orally within the prescribed time, the vast majority of them can be successful in contraception, and your case has already taken the emergency contraceptive pill orally.Generally speaking, there is no need to take it again.It is recommended to let nature take its course and just wait for your period to come.If your period is delayed for more than seven days, it is advisable to test with an early pregnancy test to see if you are pregnant.