I had unprotected sex, he also came in me.. I later found out I was ovulating at the time we had sex. I took plan B the morning after, I was supposed to get my period 2 weeks after we had sex. I did get it but only for 2 days then it stopped... can I still be pregnant? or is it the effect of plan !b?
First of all, you cannot be sure when you ovulated, the calculations are based on the average woman. Not all women ovulate at the same time. Plan B is about 80% effective. It has some bad side effects for the woman taking it that include messing up your periods for months. It can also give you side effects that feel like pregnancy. Please get on a regular birth control medication. Plan B, besides being less effective, really messes up your body. It was never intended to be used as regular birth control, but in emergency situations like rape or the condom broke.
Plan b will sometimes induce bleeding. This has no bearing on whether or not you are pregnant. Wait at least a month then test to see if you are pregnant if you havent had a normal period by then. It is most likely that you are not but it is possible. Plan b can most certainly mess up your cycle for a few months.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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