... it still work the plan b or do I have to go buy another one? Anyone who might know? Please and thank you!!!
The Manufacturer states that Plan B doesn't cover you for any instances of unprotected sex that occur once you have taken the drug.
Even when taken within the first 12 hours after the original instance of unprotected sex, Plan B does not guarantee to protect you against pregnancy. Women can still become pregnant after using the drug.
You are not supposed to take doses of Plan B so close together. It is a huge dose of hormone, & this would be an overdose, that could leave you with horrible short term side effects, unknown long term side effects & make your cycle irregular for months.
Your best bet is to have a doctor fit an IUD/Coil for you. It can work as emergency contraception if fitted within 120 hours of the unprotected sex, & can be left there for months, as regular contraception, if you want it to be. It takes a couple of minutes to fit.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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