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Why am I still bleeding?

By December 28, 2011 - 12:11am
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I have done asked and asked and can't seem to get any answers. Well on the 17 I started bleeding because I missed 3 pills I made them up and took two and have been taking them since then but have been bleeding since then. Well dec 25 me and my bf had sex he ejaculated i'n me so about 12 hours later I took the morning after pill called plan b and I thought I stopped bleeding well came home from work and there was blood i'n my panties. Idk what going on I have never bled for 12 days and my periods have never been off either I'm pretty regular. HELP!!!!!!

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Hi Little1991,

From my understanding, you are on Birth Control Pill. The bleeding can be cause from both, the pill and plan b pill.  It might have caused hormonal changes. It's important to see your doctor and explain your symptoms.


December 31, 2011 - 10:43am
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Hi Little1991, Welcome to EmpowHER. Changes in the menstrual cycle can be expected. Some women will experience spotting a few days after taking Plan B One-Step. Because Plan B One-Step may delay ovulation. It might be good to explain your symptoms to you doctor. The changes in your cycle can be due to the pills or the plan B pill. Best, DaisyDecember 28, 2011 - 5:41am
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I didn't take plan b till the 26th I have been bleeding since the 17 and that wasn't my period time yet. My period wasn't supposed 2 come two weeks after that.

December 28, 2011 - 1:33pm
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