I had unprotected sex and took plan b 2 days later. I then got my period 4 days after I took plan b. The period I got was a month early. Im now a week late for my regular period and am experiencing pregnancy symptoms. I have cramps bloating and constipation. My nipples are tender as well. I took two pregnancy tests and they both were negative. Is there any chance I could be pregnant? And what are these symptoms from? I'm really scared. Please help
Took plan b,got early period a week after and now pregnancy symptoms?
- 21 Sep 2011 by Scaredlove
- 7 March 2015
It could be just side effects from the Plan B hormones. If you had an earlier period it may have thrown your cycle off so you may not be regular for a few months. How long has it been since you bled after the Plan B? If it has been just a few weeks you might see if your period shows up in a couple more weeks. The Plan B can throw your cycle off. If you tested negative you probably are not pregnant. Once in a great while some women do not show positive on a urine pregnancy test and need a blood test. You have two options. You can wait a bit and see if your period shows up in a couple more weeks or you could go to the Dr and have a blood test done as well as an exam. Do you tend to get tender nipples prior to your period anyway? Plan B is a big rush of hormones and it can cause a lot of thes kinds of symptoms. More than likely you are not pregnant if the pregnancy test were negative. Just relax and see if your menses show up in a few weeks. Being stressed can cause you to be late so try to relax. If you go another month without seeing any period then definitely go to the Dr. I think you will probably be fine and if you end up NOT being pregnant, get yourself on some birth control so you dont have to be stressed like this or at least use a condom each time you have sex. Dont have unprotected sex. It is just not worth the stress.
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