I had protected sex with my boyfriend on June 28th. After we had sex, I saw some type of white stuff on him and he kept trying to reassure me it was his so then the next day I took the Take Action pill. I got my period on June 10th. Well, I had protected sex again on July 17th and that happened again so I took Plan B the next day and now today I got my period again this month. I'm worried I could be pregnant? Is this my actual period or is it the Plan B? Please help.
If you had protected sex you didn't need to put all those fake hormones inside your body!
Even in total emergencies, it's not meant to be used more than once per month, as it's a huge amount of hormone. It can mess your hormones up for weeks, & if you've taken a double dose in such a short time, it's probably going to mess them up for several months, not weeks.
You could get any symptoms such as those that you get with a period, pregnancy, the menopause, or any other hormonal chance in your body.
It's just going to be a case of putting up with irregular spotting or bleeding, until your body gets rid of all the artificial hormone, & back to normal.
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