I also didnt take the plan b until about 30 hrs after unprotected sex (pull out) like i said i want a baby but it is not safe due to my lupus meds i have to stop for at least a month before trying due to possible severe birth defects I'm on methotrexate injection 20mg 1x week i am also on a folic acid supplement due to the fact the medication stops your body from producing it i am afraid if i am pregnant because i don't belive in abortion(please no judgment or lectures about abortion it's really not relevent about my beliefs) but i also don't want to harm my baby thank you for your help(i have also not had sex with my husband since taking and u took the plan b 3 days before surgery and don't know if i was given antibiotics during surgery which i know can sometimes counter act birth control and i have never taken plan b before i only took it because i was having surgery and wanted to be safe please help and pleaser no judgements thank you in advance
Hon, I would be the last person to lecture about abortion. I'm with you on this, its a baby and you don't kill it.. I'm Catholic and even if I didn't personally believe it I'd still have that religious belief.
Now, your concerns. Plan B isn't effected by antibiotics, no progesterone based birth control is. You've had a period so its really doubtful you're pregnant. Why don't you get on some kind of birth control until you are ready to have the baby physically. There are non hormonal methods if you don't want hormones. And folic acid is good to be on if you're thinking of having a baby, so don't worry about that drug.
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