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Am I pregnant or not??

By June 30, 2012 - 10:55pm
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hello! well I had unprotected sex May 1st and May 3rd he didnt ejaculated inside of me, I took a plan b pill May 5th like an effect I got a light bleeding and cramps, then I waited for my period and I had bleeding June 1st (like a normal period) I honestly dont know if that counts as a period or implantation I am so confused, I took 2 pregnancy tests June 27 that was 6 weeks after intercourse they were negative, can I still be pregnant? was that bleeding at the beginning of the month my period?? thanks for reading and I wait for the answer

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This kind of language is not allowed in this site. You are best to see a doctor for your concerns.


July 1, 2012 - 3:45pm

I know that! that isnt my concern I am old enough to know the side effects I want to know if the bleeding I had june 1st was my period! I mentioned I took the pill 5 days later and it has been 6 weeks since I had sex I took 2 pregnancy tests and they were negative today I am supposed to have my period could I be pregnant, and can somebody that reads the question correctly answer?? thank you

July 1, 2012 - 10:28am
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Hi sallie,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  If you took Plan B as directed, your chances are less. Some of the side effects of plan b can be changes in your next period. They can be shorter or longer, heavier or lighter. 

Here are some resources for you




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