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Is it normal to bleed a week after Plan B?

By Anonymous October 20, 2014 - 7:35pm
 
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So I have taken Plan B two times. the first time was Sept 19th and I got my period on my expected date which was Oct 3rd and it ended the 9th so my next period should come Nov. 1st. I then had sex October 12th and he ejaculated outside of me then put it back in. I was pissed off that he did that so I went to the drug store to buy Plan B after I left his house. After taken it I started spotting/bleeding a week after taken plan b (the blood was bright red and brownish). on friday the 17th I had light spotting and saturday (18th) it got a little heavier and it would stop after I took the tampon out. It was heavy Sunday (19th) and the bleeding was on and off. And it was heavy today but when I took my tampon out the tampon was bloody and it had bright red blood and it was sort of brownish since the tampon was left in my vagina for a while. But anyway I did notice my blood had clots. So Idk if this normal bleeding you get after taking Plan B or Implantation Bleeding. Should this bleeding be considered as my period and because I bled does that mean I am not pregnant? Im freaking out.

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After taking plan b I had bleeding exactly one week later. It was very light but a bit heavier the 2nd day. Should I consider this my period? Or is that just a side effect from plan b? I have never taken plan b before so i'm not sure if what I experienced is "normal"

July 1, 2017 - 3:16am
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I had my period February 6th, and then had unprotected sex February 25th however he didn't ejaculate. 48 hours later on February 27th I took plan B one step, on February 28th I had light brown discharge once in the morning. On March 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, I had a little bit of red discharge and white discharrqge. I usually get my period every 28 days and am incredibly worried. Is this very light red slight bleeding my period?

March 8, 2017 - 3:26pm
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