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Plan B Multiple Time In One Month
Multiple encounters: yes it will work after multiple sexual encounters in one night ...Read more
You could: But the efficacy data(as in how effective it will be) isn't there are studies with repeated use aren't available. If you need to use emergency contraception with any frequency you need to review with your doctor the possibility of more long term contraception. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Plan B One Step: Symptoms? Plan B One Step and other medications don't have symptoms per se. Side effects, perhaps, but not symptoms. Regardless of semantics, what are you feeling that's causing your concern? Check out http://www.drugs.com/sfx/plan-b-one-step-side-effects.html for info regarding side effects of this medication. By the way, when taken as directed within appropriate time frame, Plan B is very effect ...Read more
is it safe to take Plan B pills three times in two weeks? I mean, two pills for each time. Please help.
Emergent contracepti: Plan b is meant to be used as emergency contraception not as regular birth control. While it can be used several times, talk to your doc about getting contraception intended to be used regularly, whether pills, shots, patches, rings or iuds. Then plan to make him wear a condom each & every time in order to minimize risk of catching/passing a sexually transmitted disease/infection. ...Read more
Can plan b loose its effectiveness? I understand this might be circumstantial i.e. twice in one month, four times in six months, ect..
It would not: loose it's effectiveness . Follow the instruction on the box of the medication. ...Read more
Abnormal Cycles: Taking Plan B alters your hormonal environment and the normal feedback between your brain and ovaries. This will cause irregular and abnormal bleeding for a while. It is more concerning that you need to take Plan B twice in a month. It would be more productive to examine your sexual practices and use a reliable method of contraception more responsibly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Plan b two days in a row with unprotected sex. He did not ejectulate in me, only for a few min each time. Started a heavy then light period/spotty?
Yes: Completely possible for the Progesterone in Plan B to delay period for one month. If you're worried because you've missed your period, you may want to consider taking a home pregnancy test. Otherwise, period will self-regulate and get back to normal soon. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ha sex on day 8 of cycle. Condom broke. Took Plan B one step an hour later. What are the chances of conceiving?
Very low: Very low, you are in good shape. Consider going on the pill for the future that way you do not have to worry when the condom breaks. ...Read more
Took plan b last month, got periods on time although differrnt, now 10days late and fatgd,bloatd, ng test, is this still the plan b affect?
Plan b ones step work when ovulation? I've been breastfeeding my daughter of 17 months haven't had a period. Took Plan B 40hrs after unprotected sex.
Yes: Plan b works best when taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex or contraceptive misadventure (failure) by preventing ovulation. Obviously, if you've just ovulated, then that doesn't help but it might prevent fertilization or implantation. Check out http://www.Planbonestep.Com/faqs.Aspx. If you don't want to have another child just yet, go see your doc to discuss your birth control options. ...Read more
Is it ok to take plan b pills two times a month . First time without period and second time on the day period starts ?. thanks
Check instructions: Plan B One-Step® is a single pill you take by mouth. It must be taken within 72 hours after unprotected sex or birth control failure. The sooner you take it, the better it works. Plan B One-Step® should not be taken as regular birth control. Plan B One-Step® is not as effective as using a regular birth control method correctly and consistently. If you have unprotected sex after taking Plan B One-Step®, it will not prevent you from getting pregnant. ...Read more
Was on the pill dilligently but missed last active pill. Took two plan b on the same day right after that. Period late 4 days, hpt negative. Could the delay be due to the double plan b dose??
Absolutely.: When on oral contraceptives, periods are actually withdrawal bleeding - your endometrial lining bleeds because you're not taking the hormone those days. Plan B is a large dose of the same sorts of hormones, and a delayed period is not unusual when taking it near the end of a pill pack's active weeks. Check home pregnancy test 2-3 weeks after intercourse for most reliable timing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Took plan B. Week later light 'period'. Two weeks later, actual period almost on time if not counting the one after the pill. Definitely not pregnant?
No: You have had 2 periods since you had unprotected sex, so you are not pregnant. I'm not sure why you torture yourself over this though - if ever in doubt, a simple home pregnancy test can tell you whether or not you are pregnant. Plan B can create very unusual menstrual flow - that's part of how it works. ...Read more
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