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Is this her period?

By March 20, 2012 - 11:05am
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Hi! My friend and i had unprotected sex when she still have her period, i eyaculated out,but that time, she did not take any plan b pills, days after,(like 4 days) we had sex again, she was about to end her period, this same day she took the plan b pill,
And after 10 days she start bleeding, is this her period? Is there any chance that she could be pregnant? Thank you for your help!

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Thank you for your response,one last question,this plan b pills,can cause the stomach to be inflamated? I ask this because we notice yesterday that his stomach is kind of inflamated and when she eats she feels full quickly, she does not have any nauses or dizziness.
Thank you!

March 20, 2012 - 1:48pm

You are right about the condoms.So this bledding is her period?
Is there any chance is she pregnant?

March 20, 2012 - 12:32pm
HERWriter Guide (reply to Rezzo10)

Hi again!

We are unable to say whether it's her period or not. We would not know that. But since she is a couple of weeks away from her menstrual period, it's likely that this bleeding is a side effect of the medication. The odds are that if she was to get pregnant, the medication would have stopped it.

If her period doesn't come in two weeks, she can take test for pregnancy. It's too early to tell for now.



March 20, 2012 - 12:39pm
HERWriter Guide

Hi rezzo10

Thanks for your question!

Plan B can cause bleeding so this may be the case. If you had used condoms, none of this would be happening. Please use one so that your friend doesn't risk pregnancy or is forced to take emergency hormonal medication in the hopes to avoid pregnancy. EC is about 91% effective so her risk is reasonably low.

Good luck!



March 20, 2012 - 11:34am
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