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Took Plan B and now my period is crazy...

By Anonymous February 8, 2011 - 6:17pm
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I had unprotected sex on the night of December 17th, all day December 18th and 19th. I took plan b on that Thursday afternoon which would have been about 65 hours from the first time we had unprotected sex. I was ovulating because my period was not due for another week. After taking plan b, I had a brownish discharge for about 4 days then had an irregular period lasted about 3 days. Then this month my period was only 2 days and then it just stopped. Now I have this brownish discharge and only light pink blood when I wipe. Could I be pregnant? I have taken a pregnancy test and it was negative. However, I have been having these crazy stomach spasms (that I have never experienced), dizziness, feeling like I am going to throw up and urinating so much that I am about to explode. COULD I BE PREGNANCT? I have a daughter and with her I had what seemed to be a period for almost 3 months (I was 11 weeks before I found out I was pregnant because of the "period").

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This has been helpful. My doctor's appointment is tomorrow morning. What other possibilities could it be? It was a home pregnancy test and I followed the directons to a T. I am just nervous because I feel the same way I did when I was pregnant with my daughter. It even feels weird to lay on my stomach (even though if I am pregnant it would be around 8 weeks...so it shoudn't matter whether or not I lay on my stomach. I am just getting nervous because of the stomach spasms, dizziness/light headedness and nausea.

February 8, 2011 - 7:18pm

Thank you for your questions. Was the pregnancy test a home pregnancy test? Because of your various symptoms, it would be wise to schedule an appointment with a gynecologist, have a blood test for pregnancy and have a physical exam. There are too many possibilities that need to be ruled out and only a physician can do that.
Hope this has been helpful.

February 8, 2011 - 7:02pm
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