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Protected sex plan b pill

By Anonymous August 25, 2015 - 10:20am
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Okay so! On the 13th of August I had protected sex and the condom didn't break, no holes, or anything. He did ejacualte inside the condom but he pulled out, so my freaked out self drove to the nearest Walgreens and bought the plan b pill and i took it as soon as I got home, so I took the pill exactly 2 hours after the incident. Back in April, me and my ex had sex and the condom did break and he did ejcaulate on me by accident so I took the plan pill an hour after the incident and I bled a week later and then when my period was suppose to come it didn't but I think it was 6 days late. This time around, I checked my phone is said I had ovulated already when I had protected sex, my last period was July 27-Aug 2 so I don't know if that helps. I also didn't bleed this time taking the plan b pill I think it was because I had already ovulated and there was nothing to shed out of me (what a close friend told me). My period was suppose to start on the 23 it's now the 25. I'm so worried about my period. Help?

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Hi Anon,

Thank you for sharing your question.

If you took emergency contraceptive as instructed after the incident happened when the condom broke, you should be okay because Plan B is more effective the sooner you take it.

Menstrual changes is one of the top potential side effects when taking Plan B. So you should expect a delay and some irregularity for at least a month until your hormones settle down.

I hope this helps.

Be well,


August 25, 2015 - 1:44pm
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Anonymous (reply to S Gillette Palmer)

The condom didn't break this time though

August 26, 2015 - 9:37am
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Anonymous (reply to S Gillette Palmer)

The condom didn't break this time though

August 25, 2015 - 6:55pm
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