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missed period after plan b

By April 3, 2010 - 9:10am
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i got my last period febuary 22 and march 1 i had protected sex but there might have been pre cum involved so i took the plan b pill the next day which was march 2 and on march 8 i got some spotting...on march 15 i had sex again but dis time my bf pulled out(he always does and i never get pregnant)...and ever since then i havent gotten my period....ima be two weeks late....is that normal?

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Your welcome lealrcon. Please keep us updated on the results.

April 3, 2010 - 10:05am

thank you so much

yes ima take a pregnancy test...ive been freaking out for a while.....thanks again

April 3, 2010 - 9:32am
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Hi lealrcon,

Thank you for your question. Yes, it is common after using Plan B to experience abnormal periods. If you are not experiencing any pregnancy symptoms such as frequency in urination, sore breasts (nipples), or maybe morning sickness you should be fine. If you are concerned, you can always purchase a pregnancy test to make yourself feel better.

We have many comments on missed periods from women on this site in regard to Plan B. In general, it may take several months for your period to go back to a normal state, so don't be alarmed. If for any reason, you experience missed periods for over 3 months, make an appointment to your physician. I hope this helps. Please keep us updated.

April 3, 2010 - 9:24am
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