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Help me please, my period is getting very confusing!

By Anonymous June 4, 2012 - 10:14am
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Hello I am Raven and have some questions, it all started in MARCH and I had my regular period then had unprotected sex with my boyfriend and took a Plan B, this was my second time taking one, the first time I took a Plan B my period was late but regulated back to what it once was. After taking Plan B in MARCH I DID NOT have a period in APRIL and took at home pregancy tests(at least 3 of them for reasurance) and each one was negative meaning I wasn't pregnant. I finally got my period in late MAY and once again had a few nights of unprotected sex with boyfriend and took a Plan B, we had sex 5 days after the end of my period and used protection on the start of high fertility days .

I drank two days ago celebrating my 21st birthday and today I noticed blood twice on the tissue I was wiping with after doing my business in the bathroom and is very confused about wondering if I'm starting my period early or something is wrong with me, I even feel bloaty and gasy like I was on my actual period. My period stopped only 16 days ago, am I pregnant? Was I pregnant and just not having the symptoms and messed up with drinking? Please someone help me!

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Hi Raven!

Thanks for your post!

Plan B affects the normal menstural period and since you have taken it a couple of times in just two months, it's likely this is why you are irregular and bleeding at odd times.

You will have to take a pregnancy test again in a couple of weeks when your next period is due - if - it doesn't come on time. We cannot assertain whether you are pregnant or not.



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