I used Plan B. Now, I have brown Spotting. Am I pregnant?
My last period started on the 18th and I had unprotected sex on the 31st and took Plan B on the 1st of November due to the fact that I know that precum after recent ejaculation means that there should be sperm in the precum. I had similar unprotected sex three days after that but I took the Plan B test again less than an hour of the intercourse. Now, it's November 8, and I'm having brown spotting instead of my usual period. I'm still getting the cramps but does this mean I'm pregnant? Help. Please.
I do not want to be pregnant and I do not want my parents to know that I am having sexual intercourse. I already told my boyfriend that we are not going to have sex again until we are married so that I won't have to worry about this anymore so, if you think I am pregnant ...Do you have anything you can advice me with in order to get an abortion without the consent of my parents?
ALSO, I have a lot of stress in mind. One major one is actually being pregnant and with college and school work and family problems. Could this also be the cause of my spotting?
the spotting might be also caused by the plan B pills, it should have worked since you took it early. however, in case you got pregnant, then it is stille arly to know. u'll have to test two weeks after the sex.
as for abortion... sorry i don't know anything about them, others may help, but where do you live? how old r u?? if you add that to your profile, others can advise suitable places,,, that is if you are pregnant.
for now, calm yourself and focus on your college. i know it's hard, but stressing will make things even harder.
I updated my profile so that people know the general information about me.
Anyways, I am worried that I had sex during my ovulation time therefore I had an egg ready for me to be fertilized already. I don't know. I'm just really nervous and I cannot focus on my studies because of this. I don't want to over think anything because I know that it would just lead into more stress and abnormalities of my period.
I'm really, really trying to and I don't want to cry right now but.. I just don't want to deal with a pregnancy. My family would never be able to look at me the same way and I don't know what I would do. I'm trying to fix my problem with sex because I know I'm addicted to it and I just, don't know what to do. I'm going crazy and I've turned to God to help me. I don't know. I'm so confused. I just really hope I'm not pregnant.
plus you can always discuss your problems in here, all MedHelp friends are here to support. and if by "addicted to it" you really mean that you are a sexaholic, which i doubt because of your age, then talk to someone here. i'm sure someone went through the same thing.
mmm. then wait till tomorrow morning, if u still have brown spotting only with no actual flow, take a home pregnancy test with first morning urine after around 3 days. if the flow increases , then it's ur period.. Plan B pilss mess with your cycles
Plan B severely messes with your cycle and your body and should never be used unless in emergency situations and NEVER as a substitute for birth control. With that being said I had a oops and took the morning after pill and ended up pregnant. I had no spotting whatsoever. The morning after pill can make your period early/late/heavy/short and because you are starting to bleed I'd say your probably not pregnant. But you do need to look into a form of birth control since your method isn't a wise one.
I agree with Alaysha. Plan B is not made to be used habitually. You used two in close proximity, and that's a massive dose of hormones into your body. Spotting such as you are is common and Plan B, and so is a messed up period. It could cause an early period, late period, heavy bleeding, light bleeding or spotting. It can also cause breast tenderness, cramping, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. If you do not want children, why are you having unprotected sex? They make BC and condoms for these reasons. Use them instead of an emergency contraceptive. They're made for only if your BC fails. Not in place of it.
Both my bf an I feel the same guilt about what we have done.
We rubbed our genitals and there was pre ***. It was during my period too. (Most of the forums said there is a low risk of getting pregnant but i am still worried). I took plan b two days after and again five days later the day we did stuff. Now (a week after first plan b taken) I am having blood brown discharge but only a few so far. Is it normal? Should I be worried about pregnancy? Thank you :( it was a moment of stupidity and sorry about the language.
Ok, i've been reading up about taking plan b and sometimes it not working properly and turning into a pregnancy! ever since ive missed my period and have just had some spotting. I already have a 2 year old and am not really ready for another one, yet my boyfriend is ready. Well, Here it goes.. my last period was July25-31 which my periods are VERY heavy usually. I had unprotected sex the 18th of August, again on the 20th of august then took the plan b the next day,,again sex the 25th then i noticed a bit of brown discharge it was hardly there. my period was due august 22nd which i have missed. then on the 27th i started spotting bright pink with some clots small stringy almost black/dark red. its very light. My breasts hurt as if i am pregnant i have small cramping diarhia and have been extra tired. Usually my periods start off with spotting and before the end of the day become very heavy i usually wear a tampon and a pad. this is very abnormal for me. Any suggestions?
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