I had sex on October 6th, which is according to the calendar one of the days that I could have ovulated. We didn't use protection and he did ejaculate in me. I took plan b about 7 hours after the incident. Started to have mild cramping and ended up on October 11 having some light bleeding that lasted barely 4 days and was bright in color. My actual period was due October 23rd and it is now October 28th and I still haven't had it. I've been feeling very tired and nauseous lately and have zero energy. Could I be pregnant? Or do the effects of plan b still effect you 22 days later?
It could be either. The only way you'll know is to o a pregnancy test.
Pregnancy & plan B symptoms give much the same side effects.
Plan B can certainly give you hormonal symptoms for weeks, sometimes months.
If you were already ovulating, Plan B won't work. You'd have needed another pill called EllaOne, or an IUD fitted by a doctor.
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