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Hello Anonymous,

I am sorry to hear that your initial question disappeared from the queue and was unanswered.
I can appreciate your concerns and the importance of knowing whether or not you are pregnant.

Plan B contains high levels of progesterone. Taking Plan B creates a hormonal imbalance in your body. It works primarily by preventing ovulation. That is why some women experience menstrual cycle changes, including a delay in the start of their period.

It is now one month since you took Plan B. You have not had a period. I suggest you schedule an appointment to have a blood pregnancy test. A blood hCG test is more accurate than a urine test.

With a definitive answer, concerns will be eliminated and you can get on with your life.


February 26, 2013 - 5:58pm


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