... plan b, and took it. Should I wait and get my period from plan b, then start where I left off on my pills?
Yes, keep taking your birth control pills. You should use CONDOMS, as back up for the first SEVEN days-you must have seven consecutive days of light blue green pills before you are protected. These pills are not magic, they need time to work on your system. Plan b is not a good back up along with the Pill (but it can be used). It adds way too many hormones and greatly increases your chances of bad side effects (plus keep in mind that it is only 75-80% effective where your Seasonique will be 98-99.9% effective once it kicks in). It will also delay your period but with Seasonique, if I remember right, you only have a period four times a year so it may not delay yours (unless you got pregnant anyway) but dont stop taking the Seasonique because chances are much better that you did not get pregnant and you want to stay protected (taking birth control for a short time wont hurt a pregnancy if you would have happened to get pregnant so dont worry on that front) So keep taking your pills and if you have sex before you have taken seven active Seasonique pills, use condoms as your back up.
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