Bleeding for a long period of time is normal after plan b. When i took it I bled for 16 days. I spotted for two days then it felt like I got my period for 4 days, then I spotted for 6 more days and the last 4 days was a period.
So Plan B can make a cycle very weird.
If you are really worried, then call your nurse again and say its an emergency. IF they cant get you in, go to an Urgent Care or planned parenthood.. good luck
Hey there... I'm on Seasonale with the same problem. almost 2 weeks now of spotting. I think any changes to your body in hormonal levels can cause adverse reactions. Do you feel sick at all? cramping? sore breasts? These are my symptoms, but they vary I'm sure from person to person. I'd give it a little while longer, don't panic if you don't get your period you may or may not get on time now. Just play the waiting game. If you start having severe symptoms like cramps or dizziness or anything liek that, or the bleeding gets really heavy I'd suggest you see your OBGYN or visit the ER
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