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Discharge while on Plan B?

By August 4, 2016 - 12:54pm
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So me and my boyfriend had sex 4 pm on August 2 and I took plan b around 1:45 pm the next day on August 5th. It has now been 24 hours since I took plan b and my breasts feel a lot less tender than yesterday but I woke up this morning and I got very excited because I felt like had just bled through with some discharge and went to the bathroom and realized it was just a clear watery liquid. I wasn't sure what this meant or if this was because of plan b or not or because my period is very very Irregular. I'm very worried about what this discharge could mean but isn't it too early to have legitimate pregnancy symptoms this early on? If this info helps at all, I'm 16(I know way too young to have sex, it was a big mistake I regret very much), he didn't ejaculate inside me but it was still unprotected sex that lasted about 30 seconds, I weigh 110, and it was my first time having intercourse. Please help! I'm worrying myself to death over this.

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Hi Babygiraffe01

I answered this question for you already this morning, unfortunately we cannot answer the same question multiple times as we have so many readers waiting for answers. Nobody says you are too young for sex as that is your own decision but to have unprotected sex is a really bad choice.

You can't have pregnancy symptoms - it takes 5 days to actually get pregnant when you have sex.

Your risk of pregnancy is tiny, as I mentioned already. Discharge can mean anything from ovulation to sperm leaving a woman's body to just the body self-cleaning. Don't analyse every little detail as you will stress yourself out for no reason. You have to wait it out like all women do, I'm afraid but again, your risk is really low. A test in 3 weeks will be accurate if you don't get your period first.


August 4, 2016 - 1:17pm
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