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had sex and took Pill(plan B ) and had brown discharge ,I dint get my period of this month till now.Am i pregnant

By Anonymous March 18, 2011 - 10:33pm
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Hi,I am a 21year old girl from china.I had my period on dec28th,2010 and again on feb 2nd,2011.After that i had sex with my BF on feb26th ,2011. I took a pill (Plan B contraceptive :here in china is Mifeprostone 10mg x 1) within 5hrs and again had sex on feb27th in which he didnot ejaculate inside(but i am not sure). I had Brown discharge(a very few quantity) on Feb28th.I dint have periods till now(I mean the periods of the month March,which are expected to be on first week of March).I took a HPT (hcg urine test.First one with sensitivity 25mUI and Second with 10mUI) on march 10th and again on March 15th.Both of them turned out negative.I am so worried of my periods.Am i pregnant?

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Am I pregnant if I had sex on Sep 8 then had a my cycle on 10th. but then had sex again on the 24th and took the plan b one step on the 25.

September 25, 2011 - 7:15pm
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Hi Anon,

Your risk for pregnancy would fall on September 24th--but you should be protected by Plan B. Remember that nothing is 100% effective except for abstinence. It's impossible to say if you are pregnant but you should not be considering you took Plan B within 24 hours of having unprotected sex.

Good Luck,


September 27, 2011 - 8:23am
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Usually if your period is starting late and you have brown discharge with in 1-3 days after seeing discharge you will start your period. So now your not pregant.

August 26, 2011 - 11:58am

Hi Anon,

If you took two pregnancy test and they are negative, then you're not pregnant. By now, the hcg hormone would be abundant in your urine if you were. One of the side effects of plan B is a change in period-- this could mean that you get it one week before, one week after, skip it, or just get it whenever it comes basically. Unfortunately, many women take plan B without reading its side effects and later worry when their period is interrupted. Hopefully this gives you peace of mind.


March 19, 2011 - 6:28am
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