First time I took plan B, my period came in a week ( almost 2 weeks early ), it was a normal 5 day period. The next month it came on time of my "new cycle", the flow was a little more strong then usual but after that month everything went fine.
I was happy with the results and was like " wow this isn't too bad "!
Last month I had to take another one unfortunately...
And again, my period came in a week after taking the pill. 28 days passed and I got a couple drops of dark brown blood for about 2 days. I thought this is how my period is starting... but I had no symptoms: no breast tenderness, no cramps witch is weird for me! Then it stopped, at this point I was freaking out, but everyone I asked assured me that it was just my hormones and that It's normal for it to be late.
During this waiting game, I started to get annoyed by everything, sad at random times of the day, stressed out (I did have a lot of things going on at the time as well) . I just didn't really feel like myself.
Now it has been almost 28 days since the dark brown spotting and I'm praying this could just be over already. A week and a half ago I got all the symptoms of PMS: my boobs are huge( not pregnant took a test), emotions all over the place, back pains, even some cramps sometimes.
I just want it to bleed and get my wonderful amazing beautiful my favorite period back.
Period please come back I love you !!!
Im tired of being sad and depressed
I cry every night and my boyfriend thinks I'm crazy.
Every night we get into bed he says :" Don't worry babe we don't need to have sex, I understand that you're going through something... Just let me hold you " and all I do is to tell him to shut up and kick him out of bed. He sleeps on the couch and I cry all night.
Girls please be smart, your emotional state and body are more important then that 5 minutes of pleasure.
I have decided that never ever again!
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