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Plan B or Implantation Bleeding?/Could I Be Pregnant

By August 12, 2016 - 8:46am
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On Aug 1st me and my partner were intimate the condom broke and I took plan b 22 hours after it happened.It was during my fertile days and I was 3 days away from ovulation.Before I took the pill I had strong cramping in my abdomen, Day 2 after I took the pill I had some light naseau and steady amounts of vaginal discharge, Day 3 I had more light naseau and felt weak, same amount of discharge , Day 4 I was exhausted and nearly slept all day,Day 5 I had a sore throat,I slept a lot and I had a mild headache,Day 6 same symptoms plus stomach twitches and very gassy,Day 7 same symptoms, Day 8 same symptoms plus a mild throbbing pain in left ovary and a sore neck , Day 9 same thing and I was extremely itchy all over my legs and ankles and my sore throat turned itchy, Day 10 mild headache,naseau and nipples were sore to the touch,Day 11 itchy throat, some light vaginal itching looked red in color like an increased blood flow, naeasu\ gagging,mild cramping, very light spotting no flow only when I go to the bathroom and wipe, Day 12 mild spotting still no flow some naseau/faint possible cramping/stomach twitching....The spotting is barely spotting nowhere near enough to fill a pad or a tampon just tiny spots here and there,my sleep pattern is all over the place im up in the early morning hours then sleep all day, waves of naseau come and go and i dont know if this is just plan b symtpoms, Any one have any advice?

> Date of LMP:07/24/16
> Cycle length 26 days
> Date of conception:08\1\16
> Ovulation date:8\5\16
> Date of next expected period:08/19/16

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Hello Samma,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community. I am glad you reached out to us with the details of your response to Plan B.

It sounds like you had just about every reported side effect, which include:

A period that is lighter, heavier, early, or late
Lower abdominal cramps
Breast tenderness

Some women taking Plan B may have changes in their period such as spotting or bleeding before their next period. If your period is more than a week late, you should get a pregnancy test and follow up with your healthcare provider.


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