I can help you.
Let me read your questions carefully.
After taking the morning after pill, your bleeding will be unpredictable for 1-2 months afterwards.
The reason for this is that the morning after pill can delay your ovulation and we can't tell for how long.
Let me try to guestimate.
My best guess is that your period will either come on time or delayed by just a few days.
On day 8 of your cycle, you were not that close to ovulating.
So the MAP probably didn't have much effect on your ovulation or if so would delay slightly.
The bleeding will probably be slightly lighter than normal.
Taking the MAP within 24 hours of the event will drop pregnancy risk below 1%.
Especially since you were day 8.
i would like to know the date would it be 8th of march as i had 6days of bleeding starting 8th feb almost heavy for 3days like a normal period
With a long cycle, your most fertile time was still several days away.
can i count the 7 days withdrawl bleed as a normal period
oh, now I see the issue.
No. It is not really a period.
I think that you will want to run a pregnancy test to be certain that you are not pregnant.
The chance is very very low.
But if you did get pregnant from the encounter, than it would certainly be positive by now.
i did it yesterday and it was negative
If you have a negative test than 100% certain that you are not pregnant from that encounter.
Yes that is good.
You are not pregnant for sure.
The delay is completely due to the Plan B.
how long will it get delayed
It is unpredictable.
Usually I would predict that you will get your period this week but it might be very light.
It can take up to 2 cycles to get regular again.
But I assure you that if you had a negative test yesterday than absolutely you are not pregnant.
Not from the encounter on the 4th.
You can do one more test using first morning urine if you want but really if yesterday was negative anytime during the day, you are not pregnant.
Any other questions?
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You are not pregnant from the 4th for sure.