My menstruation was normal in August and September. I came on the 24th. I slept in the same room on October 22nd, and then I took emergency contraceptives 15 minutes later. Then on the 26th came menstruation. Menstruation was normal and there was no abdominal pain. Will you still be pregnant like this?
First of all, your roommate is in a safe period, and your menstruation is normal after your roommate. This shows that your roommate before menstruation is not pregnant. Don't worry about it, but give you a health hint. Emergency contraceptives have a great impact on endocrine and can't be used as a routine contraceptive method
If you have a roommate on October 22 and have menstruation on October 26, you can be sure that you are not pregnant. Because if you are pregnant, the fertilized egg No. 26 has not been implanted, of course, there will be no vaginal bleeding. However, after taking emergency contraceptives, it may lead to irregular menstruation within 2 ~ 3 months.
Hello, if you are in the same room during the safe period and need to take emergency contraceptives for contraception in the later stage, the probability of pregnancy is still small, so there is no need to worry too much. If the 26th is the time of normal menstruation and the duration of menstruation is the same as usual, pregnancy should not be considered.