Okay, so I'm just going to be straight forward. I had unprotected sex on February 8th, which was one of the days that I was ovulating the last day to be exact. After 2 days of having unprotected sex I panicked and bought a plan B pill which was on February 10, I took it. But I was supposed to get my period February 22nd. I'm 4 days late on my period and I'm really worried. I'm spotting like every time I wipe after going to the restroom. I'm concerned, could I possibly be pregnant? I'm not having any of the pregnancy symptoms at least I don't think so... But I am really stressing myself out. Could that be why I haven't gotten my period?
I took a plan b pill 2 days after having unprotected sex, but I'm spotting. Could I be pregnant?
- 26 Feb 2015 by SGA2442
- 26 February 2015
- plan b, pregnancy, sex, unprotected sex, spotting, pill
Added 26 Feb 2015:
I forgot to add that I found out about an app that helps you keep up with whicb days you are ovulating and which days you're supposed to get your period. It's called "My Days" so I'm going based off the app. I found out about the app a few days after having unprotected sex because a friend had told me about it. And she also says that the app is pretty accurate.
No. Plan B can really screw up your cycle. It makes you have weird bleeding and makes your period late. You cant look for pregnancy symptoms this early, they aren't there. So anything you think is because you're pregnant, they aren't. To avoid this in the future, get on birth control pills or something. Do not use that app to plan when sex is safe. It is just an average and you most likely aren't average, only 30% of women are. Unprotected sex is not safe just because some app says you're safe. No time is safe to have unprotected sex if you don't want a baby.
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