... Plan-B one step? I weigh about 190 pounds. Had sex the day after I ovulated. Only sign of ovulation was when I had some sticky discharge when wiping, once. He did not pull out, nor was any sort of protection used, as we have been married for 6 years and have never really worried about it. It was a moment of foolishness. I took the Plan-B pill about an hour after. So far, only symptoms I have had is fatigue, a bit of bloating, and nausea the day of taking it. My only concern is that it may not work because of my weight. And if I had ovulated, the insert with Plan-B says that the pill will create an environment in the uterus that doesn't allow a fertilized egg to attach, so I'm just being hopeful now I suppose. Supposed to be getting my period in 8 days. We also have 3 young children, So haven't had to question my fertility, thus far.
Can you tell me who wrote the information inset that you have, pls? I'm just curious, as even the Manufacturer doesn't state that Plan B works in that way (making the lining unsuitable). You can go to the Manufacturer's website to see.
Have they given you a general advice sheet about emergency contraception?
The other emergency pill; Ulipristal Acetate (Ella) works in more ways, including making the lining unsuitable. It is also more effective with women over the guidance weight for Plan B.
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