plan b effectiveness?
by jillian4316, Jul 24, 2009 09:55PM
my boyfriend and i had unprotected sex DURING my period and he did not *** inside of me.. about 3-5 days later we had sex and the condom broke.. we don't believe he came inside of me but i took plan b within 24 hours just incase.. I've taken it before and had bleeding a few days later. i took it 3 days ago and have had no bleeding and really no symptoms.. i have been sick for about a week or so but it started before i took plan b.. should i be worried about pregnancy or no?
so going by that it looked as though yes you used it sometime only slightly before the 24 of july..actually you said three days ago and that makes it july 21 and then used it a few days ago
so thats why i took it as you have used it twice in less than a month
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