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this is so confusing....pls help me

By April 6, 2012 - 4:01am
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i've asked a question here about if it was possible to still be pregnant after taking misoprostol and i was told it was i wasalso adviced to either keep the pregnancy or go for a d&c, i went for a d&c and it was ok, i kept bleeding for about 6days, after that i had sex with my bf and we mistakengly did it without protection, this was abt 3 days after the bleeding had stopped.i took the plan B immediately but forgot to take the 2nd dose after 12hrs wen i remembered it was late but i still took it.since then i've been using protection. however, i still feel nauseous sometimes and i noticed wen i stimulate my breast and press it fluid pours out....i'm totally scared i took a urine pregnancy test two days ago and it was negative....i also went for an ultrasound and i was told the womb was empty.but why do i still feel sick?

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Hi achiever2012,

If you went for an ultrasound and took a pregnancy test and both were negative, then you might not be pregnant.  You might still want to ask your doctor about the fluid coming out of your breast.  Many other conditions can also cause this, not just pregnancy.



April 9, 2012 - 4:01am

thanks but i really want to know if you think i'm pregnant and why does my breasts bring out fluid?

April 6, 2012 - 2:43pm
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Hi achiever2012,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  In order for plan b to be effective, it has to be taken as prescribed.  If not your chances of pregnancy increases.  Along with it also come side effects. Some women may experience mild side effects, similar to those of regular birth control pills. The most common include: include changes in your period, nausea, lower abdominal pain, fatigue, headache, dizziness, and breast tenderness. After taking Plan B® One-Step, women should be informed that their next period may be heavier or lighter, earlier or later.




April 6, 2012 - 4:54am
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