What will that do to the baby? Morning sickness usually doesn't start until weeks in the pregnancy!
A friend took the plan b pill, but she already has morning sickness?
- 30 Jul 2015 by hynickad
- 30 Jul 2015
- plan b, emergency contraception, postcoital contraception, pregnancy, baby, pill
Added 31 Jul 2015:
She took the plan b after finding out she was prego. I only found out the other day that she even was pregnant. I was there when she bought a plan b pill but had no idea she was so far along. The only reason i found out is because she got sick while I was there and I had to rush for a trash can! She knowingly took the pill after discovering the pregnancy. I know it won't term the pregnancy but will it hurt the baby?
Is she sure she is having morning sickness? It could very well be side effects of Plan b! You are correct that morning sickness usually doesnt happen until weeks to months into a pregnancy. Has she had a positive pregnancy test or is she basing her "pregnancy" on the nausea? Plan b often causes pregnancy like symptoms including nausea, vomiting, breast tenderness, bloating, etc. Plan b will not harm a pregnancy already in progress if she is already pregnant. It does NOT terminate a pregnancy already in progress. All Plan b does is to hopefully delay ovulation long enough for sperm to die out so they dont fertilize an egg.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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