I was supposed to start my period 3 days ago and have not yet. Should I be worried?
I had unprotected sex and took plan B 2 days later, now my period is late, should I be worried?
Question posted by ma92 on 5 Nov 2012
Last updated on 7 May 2013 by Anonymous
I had unprotected sex on april 2nd on the 4 day of my cycle I took plan b within 30 minutes after a week or two I spotted blood for two day with cramps I had very light brownish blood now it's may 7 and I haven't got my period I'm worried
Same situation, with my experience I believe it's messing up your cycle. I am still 2 weeks late with no spotting at all but my preg text was negative after 1 week late. Take a preg text that has measure an miu of 25, for early detection. Plan b is Very hard on your body. Let me know if u get it!
I am in a similar situation if it gives you any comfort. I had unprotected sex a day or so after my period ended. I took the plan b one-step pill approximately 6 hours after we had sex. I had most of the side effects of the pill; nausea, abdominal pain, breast tenderness and headaches. The symptoms continued but were very faint. On Wednesday, November 7, 2012, a week before my period was due I began to cramp. I was suppose to come on my period but missed it. I have been spotting (very light) since last Wednesday. It's now Thursday and I still have not gotten my period. I come on my period every 28 days like clockwork. I am a little worried :-(
Plan B can mess up your cycle for weeks. You may not get a period for while. If you're worried you can do a pregnancy test. Taking regular birth control pills would be much better on your body and your nerves.
Hello ma92, & welcome to the site. Did you take the second dose within 12 hours later & the first dose within 72 hours of having unprotected sex? If not you could possibly be pregnant. You can get a home pregnancy test to find out for sure, & then see your doctor. It would be to your advantage to get on a regular birth control if you are not ready to start a family right now. I am giving you a link to read about Plan B below. Best of wishes to you either way...
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