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Pregnancy, planB and oligmenorrhea

By Anonymous May 21, 2018 - 9:13am
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I had sex 11 days ago and we are just friends well he accidentally slipped himself inside me without a condom and I took the planB the morning after. This happened morning and early afternoon of that thrusday and Friday I took planB I am 189 something like that but I have a hormonal disorder in which I have a 51 count on my testosterone level my period was a couple to a few weeks ago and I am experiencing pregnancy like symptoms which could be explained by how stressed I am and the fact I took planB. I took one pregnancy test the day after that happened then I took one that following Tuesday Wednesday and thrusday the latest one being seven days later and it said it could predict a pregnancy six days sooner than your missed period well with my periods being irregular I don't know when mine could come so I just took the latest pregnancy test plus six days which would be 13 days since i did it. I am going to the doctor to get blood work done so should they be able to tell if I am pregnant or not despite all that the oligmenorrhea and the planB and the fact I have had eating disorders in the past like I would only eat breakfast and then I had a case of only eating fruits and veggies and whole grain and now I haven't been able to eat right for a couple of weeks cause I've been worried, stressed and scared??? Plz help ASAP!!!

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Hello Anon

Thank you for writing.

Pregnancy tests are accurate about 14+ days after sex. Go by that premise. EC is up to 95% accurate. Your risk is very low. Your doctor can help further.

May 21, 2018 - 6:30pm
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