Three months ago i had a miscarriage at the week 5, it was the first pregnancy. In fact we had unprotected intercourse during the ovulation period ( as my period is very regular i know exactly when the ovulation is taking place), however he didnt ejaculate inside me, i had the feeling of being pregnant. I took the morning after pill kinda late after 72 or 73 hours and i didnt have bleeding after 4 or 5 days ( the bleeding that the pill usually gives like side effect) but 2 weeks after the ovulation i began having very strong abdominal pains,,,thinking it was the period,,,then as they were 6 days late (they r never late) i took a pregnancy test which after 10 mins was negative,,,,but when i rechecked after 30 min it was positive. But i continued to have horrible abdominal cramps and back pains. The next day i began bleeding like a heavy period with bad pains...went in emergency room,,,ultrasound showed nothing and urine and blood tests showed no pregnancy hormone. So i had a miscarriage. I had a follow up with the gyn as i had pains for 2 months,,,been twice,,,got flagyl and difluxan and now after 3 months i feel fine. I am sure i had the miscarriage from the pill i used. Can it be the case? Maybe 72 hours after the intercourse when i used the pill, the implamentation had not occured yet? If so why the test was positive? I would appreciate an opinion from your experience as i need to ease my worries. I hope it was from taking morning after pill and not from me having any problem.
Your time is very much appreciated.
Welcome to the forum. I can very well understand your dilemma. In my opinion, the symptoms of lower abdominal cramps, severe bleeding and back pains could have been due to a chemical pregnancy. It means a very early miscarriage(there is positive pregnancy test but miscarriage happens before ultrasound can show a heart beat).It can be due to chromosomal abnormalities, inadequate uterine lining, uterine abnormalities, low hormone levels, luteal phase defect or certain infections. If there is any chemical pregnancy then the early urine for pregnancy test is positive and miscarriage occurs even before an ultrasound can detect pregnancy. Since you had taken the post coital pill after 72-73 hours, so this possibility is more likely.
The urine and serum pregnancy tests are also not 100%accurate for pregnancy and false negative results can occur if the levels of hCG are too low. The best test in such cases is measuring the levels of hCG in blood. The levels are raised (more than 5Miu) in cases of miscarriage also. Plan B can cause abdominal cramps and irregularities in menses, but it cannot cause a miscarriage. Miscarriage in your case can be due to many other reasons other than Plan B.Since three months have passed after this incident, so it is impossible now to confirm whether your symptoms were due to miscarriage or side effect of birth control pills. My sincere advice would be to avoid taking any plan B in the future if you are trying for pregnancy and also have an alert for any abdominal cramps and spotting apart from your menstrual cycle.
I hope it helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing or if you have any additional doubts. Kind regards.
I cant figure out how to ask a question so I guess Ill just leave it here and hope I get a response... I started Nuvaring on Monday the 17th of August on the first day of my period which came 2 days early. I continued it for the next few weeks and spotted moderately the whole time. I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend on Wed the 2nd of Sept which would have been day 16 on the ring. He also withdrew. I removed the ring on that Friday the 4th, the 18th day on ring to have my period a little early cause it was like I was having it anyways and on Sunday Morning the 6th I passed a piece of tissue with bad cramping that had what look to be a small sack. Theres a small chance I could have been pregnant from having sex the beginning of July b4 starting bc so could this have been an early miscarriage?. I had taken plan B and got a light period right on time after so didnt think i was pregnant. We also had sex that Sunday the 6th and he withdrew. I inserted a new ring on Fri. the 11th, 7 days after removing it and had sex the 12th, the 2nd day of new ring, and he withdrew. I worried that by removing the ring early might have allowed me to get pregnant. Are my chances high if I had been on the ring and he always withdrew even with me taking it out early and also if that had been a miscarriage, bleeding stopped 2 days after, what are the chances of me getting pregnant 10 days after? Thanks so much!
I started birth control pills around the month of June. Everything was going great until I started to be VERY emotional to the point that I had to stop going to work for a week, AND I had to go to the emergency room as well. The day I went to the emergency room, which was in mid August, I stopped taking the pills (I was in the middle of the pack) thinking they were causing my depression. Two days later, the doctor told me that the blood tests they did in the emergency room showed that I had low B12 and low Iron.
During the two days in which I stopped taking the pills, I started my period, which was the most weird period I have ever had.
Usually my periods are very irregular, but last only 4-5 days....The day I started my period (on a sunday), it was the worst experience...I had extremely bad cramping, and when I sat down in the bathroom, a huge amount of blood came out, mostly with clots. When I looked down at the toilet, I also noticed some white tissue that was about the size of a little kids fist. I did a pregnancy test right after that (the following morning), and it came out negative. Not worrying about it, I let it go.....but now, two weeks later, I am still on my "period"...only that the only day I really bled was the first one and then for the past two weeks I have had only some really light discharge....and now it has turned to brown....And...somedays I dont bleed at all and then the next day the brown discharge comes back (during these past two weeks, I have also had all of the symptoms of my period).
I hope you can help me with this problems....I am going to see my doctor, but the appointment is not soon and I am scared I might have had a miscarriage (my boyfriend and I did have sex but he always withdrew).
Doctor, I just realized I didnt tell you that I also went back on the pill after the two days that I was off it (I went back on it when I got my period), because I realized that the depression wasnt because of the pills, but because of my anemia.
hi. i had unprotected sex and took the plan b pill within 48 hours later.
now it is a few days later, and im feeling very sick. extreme pains lower abdomin and all over, fever sweating and overall sickness...
i have also been spotting all day, though its two weeks before my scheduled period and ive Never spotted between periods before - in fact its usually at least 4 weeks between periods, never any less.
what does this mean?
is it all merely due to the plan b pill? does it mean that i was impregnated that night and the plan b pill killed the potential life... ?
I think it is due to the morning after pill that u took. It has happened to me when i used plan b,4-5 days after taking the pill u begin bleeding or spoting,,,brown to black blood and it continues for some days,,,sometimes the length of a period,,,while the pains are the most horrible pains i've ever tried.
I hope everything turns out to be fine with you.
i hope im doing this right.
i had sex on my six day of my period and the condom popped when her came and end up coming in me. i dont know how much. i immediately used the bathroom nd tried to **** out as much as possible. what are the chances of me getting pregnant?
Doctor I had protected sex during ovulation but the condom broke and he ended up finishing inside of me. I took plan b pill less then 5 hours later. A day before my period I started spotting then it stopped. I'm 2 days late now but I have my regular symptoms of my period like clear discharge and cramps. But I took a home pregnancy test and it was positive. What is going on ?
I had unprotected sex while I was ovulating I went to the dr and had a neg urine test a few days later I took 1 at home which was to negative, I took another 5 days later and that was negative too then 1 came out positive I have taken a few they. Have been positive now so I decided to make the decision to not keep the baby a week later I scheduled an abortion apointment they took a urine there too and said it was positive but took a while to show up?????? So they did an ultrasound which showed nothing????? So they did an internal ultrasound which still showed nothing?????? They said maybe I'm too early idk what to do now???? I went to the drug store and they told me a positive result could be do to an overgrowth of tissue in my cervix so since I have had sex I should still take the plan b, just incase the implanation did not happen yet??? Is that a safe option or can it cause me to misscarry this early??????please help all this is so upseting
i didnt know i was pregnant and i took plan b 5 mins later i had sever cramps but plan b says it wont work if i was pregnant i went to the er and did a blood test it came out that i was pregnant but lost the baby </3 i was 2 months and a half i wish i would of known i wouldnt of took the pill but y did i miscary if it says on the box that i wouldnt? ........that was the worst day of my life.
I as well had an oops moment with my boyfriend. Trusting planned parenthood and their confirming that plan B was safe and would PREVENT pregnancy was all I needed to hear. I took plan b immediately after sex once the condom was found to have broken. 5 weeks later I took two pregnancy tests, one friday evening and one saturday morning and both were positive. Started cramping and spotting then bleeding heavy saturday. By monday I went in to the ER and he took some tests. Said everything looked good via the check but my blood test turned up 255. very seriously low for right at 6 weeks. Three days later it was 143. Talking with my doctor and my family in the medical field, I will NEVER trust planned parenthood again.
You see, plan B is not at all what they tell you it is. When a woman conceives and through the first trimester of pregnancy, your immune system drops and stops producing anti-bodies so that your body doesn't attack and kill your fetus. As it's not a normal part of your every day body, it's a foreign object and must be removed. But what isn't truly stated is that plan B isn't a high dose of estrogen or whatever bull they try to lay on you. It's a huge dose of vitamin C. Something you're supposed to avoid in early pregnancy. Basically what happens is, of the few who will get pregnant with just one oops moment, it forces your body to keep producing anti bodies and kills your child before it's heart beat is ever even heard. It may not be THE abortion pill they use, but it is in effect, an abortion pill.
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