The first Saturday of November 2016, I had sex. It was two days after I finished my period and pack of birth control. The night it happened I took plan b and promptly puked it up, so the following day I took two more Plan B pills nine hours apart along with a new pack of birth control. Two weeks later I had a period that was a little lighter, and lasted nine days versus the normal seven. After it was finished I continued taking the last row of normal pills, now I'm taking the period row and still haven't had my period. What's the likelihood of being pregnant even though I had the slightly different period a little over a week ago?
From what you've said, you were adequately covered by your regular birth control pills & did not need Plan B. All you have done by taking Plan B is mess up your menstrual cycle, as you are now finding out.
Everyone is different with how their body handles the huge dose of chemicals/fake hormones. It's impossible to say when you will get your period. Just a case of waiting for your body to deal with it. It may take months. Especially when coupled with the hormones in your regular birth control pills.
You can do a pregnancy test to put your mind at rest.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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