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Plan B changes to cycle

By Anonymous December 1, 2016 - 11:15pm
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So on October 1st which was day 7 of my cycle (2 days after menstruation had finished) the guy I was with did not withdraw properly and the condom was stuck inside me, immediately I started freaking out and after 22 hours I took the Levonelle (MAP). I experienced a 5 day period 7 days after taking this. On the 31st I go my predicted period which was completely normal (the flow and the length). However this period I have which came on the 22nd of November came a little early and has lasted so far for 11 days, I've heard this happening to a lot of girls but it's usually after they've take the MAP not on their third period since the MAP. I thought it had gone away but it came back today, the bleeding started off really light and turned really heavy and now has gone back to moderate/light the colour started brown to dark red to red now. I don't think I'm pregnant because it's been almost 8 weeks since "it" happened.

I don't know whether I should wait this one and out and for the bleeding to stop or if I should go to the doctor? As a disclosure I have taken the pill before, this will be my 3rd time in 18 months, I know this is stupid but I am paranoid about it. I am now abstaining from sex until I am actually ready for a baby.

Any advice would be much appreciated thank you!

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