If you think you’ve been exposed to HIV, you can take a prophylactic course of antiretrovirals. However, this is generally reserved for high-risk scenarios (for example, a health-care worker stuck with a needle or a ra_pe victim). Mak
Taking morning-after pills doesn’t guarantee that you won’t get pregnant. A study found that women who took morning after pills had a 1.8% and 2.6% chance, respectively, of getting pregnant.
That means you’ll still need to keep an eye on things, bearing in mind that a morning-after pill can cause spotting and may alter the flow of your period, which can make it hard to tell if you are pregnant.
If your period is more than a week late, take a pregnancy test.
be sure that you follow up on your STD tests to find out the results

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