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couldve plan b delayed my period?

By Anonymous May 16, 2013 - 4:52am
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Okay hopefully someone can help me wity this weird and complicated situation. Ok so on May 11 I had sex, it was all fine until the condom broke. I was really scared even though he said he pulled it out on time I decided to get plan b. I took it 3 to 4 hours aftet the incident happened. So the next day, I know this sounds slutty, but I had sex with another guy, well I dont consider it sex because I told him to stop within a minute of having it in, and he didn't have no protection and he said he didn't ejaculate and im guessing he saying the truth because I Dont think a man can ejaculate in a minute. So after that incident happened I went to the bathroom and I had spotting. And I dont know what caused it. But now my period is a day late and im freaking out. I don't know if its late because of the pill or because im pregnant! Can someone help me!!!!

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I researched if the pill still has effect with other sexual intercourse but it said it only prevents it from that one time. Which thats why it scared me. But anyways my period was suppose to come down today and it didn't. So I still have hope that it does pretty soon!! Thanks for taking the time to comment and help me with my concerns.

May 16, 2013 - 10:58am

Hello Anonymous,

Plan B works by either delaying or preventing ovulation, and by altering the cervical mucus to create a hostile environment for sperm. You might still have had the protective effects the next day.

Your period may be slightly delayed as a result of taking Plan B so close to when you were due. If your period is late by more than seven days, take a home pregnancy test.


May 16, 2013 - 5:31am
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