My boyfriend and i were rubbing against each other with not clothes on. He was dry, or so he claims. There was no pre-ejaculation or ejaculation. We did this about a week before my period was supposed to start(3/6 )Throughout the rest of that week i experienced more discharge . And one day in that week there was brown discharge/spotting. We did the same thing again a day before my period. (3/13)And i was worried this time. I went to the clinic the next day. They gave me plan b and they said i wasn't pregnant. (This was 3/14 the day i was supposed to start my period ). It is now 3/22 and i still haven't gotten my Period. I noticed my areolas got darker and so did my nipples. But i feel my nipples got smaller as well. I still experience discharge like if im gunna get my period but i never do.
You don't seem to have given us a question to answer.
I'll assume you're wanting us to tell you why you're getting hormonal symptoms, such as those mentioned in your question.
This could be due to the Plan B, which is a huge dose of artificial hormone for your body to cope with, & can affect your body for several months.
It could be pregnancy, as Plan B contains an artificial form of the same hormone that would be more present if you were pregnant. That's why it's often hard to tell the difference.
Assuming you're not pregnant, then you could find you get lots of pregnancy-like, ovulation-like, or period-like symptoms for a few weeks, & your bleeding could be irregular, heavy, or non-existent. Everyone reacts differently. It may take you a month or two to get a normal cycle back. The symptoms you are getting are very normal with Plan B.
You were not protected against Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), so you may want to be tested at a clinic, in case you or your BF were carrying one, even without realising.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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