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HELP! Pregnancy??

By August 22, 2010 - 7:38pm
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So. We had sex without a condom and he came above my underwear line. I took plan b a month before because of unprotected sex (no lectures please) and so I think it is making my periods really irregular. I am a week late for my normal period but I heard that it is just a plan b symptom. Anyways. Today I woke up and I had bad diarrhea. Then all throughout the day I was peeing non stop. Like every 20 minutes. Is this completely unrelated? Could I just have a stomach flu? Am I stressing over nothing?

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Hello Elanaefe

It is possible the delayed period is related to the Plan B. It is also possible you are pregnant due to having unprotected sex. The urinating every 20 minutes makes me wonder if you have a urinary tract infection. As for the diarrhea, that could be a zillion things from anxiety to something you ate to a GI bug.

I suggest if you continue to urinate that often, you see a health care provider to be tested for infection and while you are there, maybe for pregnancy as well.

Good luck.

August 23, 2010 - 6:58am
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Anonymous (reply to Cary Cook BSN RN)

Thankyou! I feel much better today and I'm not having diarrhea or urinating so much. I guess I was just not feeling good yesterday:/ but as far as pregnancy is concerned. I'm having no symptoms except for the missing period. But I would like to think that's due to plan b!

August 23, 2010 - 8:37am
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