Hello, on Nov 16th, I had a start of my period. A little spotting and so I had intercourse unprotected. The man did the pull out method and ejaculated on a towel. I'm afraid some precum was in my vagina. The next day at 9am I took plan B and 9 pm(12 hours) after I took the other last plan b. I had no side effects. But I wasn't bleeding at all. The next few days no side effects but I was on and off with the spotting. The blood was pinkish red.. On Friday nov 23 I had a lil more bleeding and severe cramps. The next day I got my period , when I urinate my urine was blood and when I wiped I saw red blood with blood clots also some blood clots were in the toilet. I have severe cramps. My question is I am worried I may be pregnant. I took a pregnancy test yesterday night and it came out negative. Can you please tell me if it was the plan b side effects and it stopped my period or is it actually my period! It feels and looks like a period. Also, could I get pregnant? Please answer honestly. Thanks
Plan B is very effective in preventing pregnancies when taken appropriately, within 72 hours of unprotected sex. You were well within this time frame. Most likely, what you are experiencing is a side effect from the Plan B- it can mess with your cycle and normal flow after you take it. This should subside and your next period should be fairly normal. I think it is unlikely that you would have become pregnant in this scenario. IF you continue to see blood in your urine, you could have a urinary tract infection. This would need to get checked out because you may need an antibiotic. I hope this helps. Good luck.
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