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Brown spotting, pregnant or plan b side effect?

I started my period April 22 - the 27 then had unprotected sex the 9th of May I took plan b on the 10th and I should be due for my next period today. The past 4 days I have been spotting brown discharge very lightly. This was my first time having sex and taking plan B. I am very anxious and scared to know whether I am pregnant or not. Please help!
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5221747 tn?1365396245
No offense but this isn't a forum for women who don't want to be pregnant. Idk why you would think any women on here would know anything about the plan b stuff. We're all having babies lol
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I've never used plan b, so I'm not sure about the discharge. However, I have heard that it can change your cycle. If you are going to be sexually active, you should go to the Dr to get birth control. They will give you a pregnancy test to make sure you aren't. Also, if you are stressed out about this your period can also be late so just relax. :) & use protection lol good luck
5431850 tn?1381682097
You should take a pregnancy test. You could be pregnant or the pill just threw your body off.
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It might be too early for the potency test since your period isn't late though
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*pregnancy
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This is the "Am I Pregnant" forum so she does have the right to ask if she may be pregnant or not. It's not a forum just for women that are already pregnant.
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