Hi, I was due to start my period this past Tuesday and it is now Sunday. Although I am late, I don't seem to have any other symptoms of pregnancy at all. I have taken Plan B a few times in the past months (October, November & February), so my cycle has been pretty irregular. Should I take a pregnancy test or wait to see what happens?
Symptoms don't determine pregnancy so try not to pay too much attention to whether or not you have any - they don't mean too much.
Plan B can mess up your cycles quite a lot. It's pretty bad for your body too, and you're not supposed to use it more than twice in one year. You've used it a few times and all pretty close together so it's just as possible that your late period is due to the plan b pill as it is pregnancy.
Take a pregnancy test with first morning urine and see what it says. Would be in your best interests if you're not pregnant to not take the Plan B pill again and stick to condoms because like I said - it's so bad for your body to take, especially that much.
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