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Could I still be pregnant after taking Plan B..Wierd Symptoms

Posted by love123

I am on the generic brand of Orhto Tri Cyclen LO. I have been taking it for about 6 months now. About 4 weeks ago, I did not take the first three pills in my pack because I could not get to the pharmacy to pick my pack up, I picked it up on Wednesday. I missed Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday night. I had never missed a pill before and I did not know how to make up three pills so I just skipped them. On the Sunday night, that I did not have my pills, me and my husband had unprotected sex and he ejaculated inside. I did not know then that I would not be able to pick up my pills. But when I found out, two days after we had unprotected sex I went to pick up the plan B pill. I took it about 4 weeks ago, after I took it I had no spotting/bleeding at all. But about a week after taking it my breasts were sore, and I was very tired. I know those can be side effects but I thought you were supposed to bleed too, and I did not. On the 14th of this month I got my period it was a day early. It lasted about 3-4 days as usual but it was different, there were no clots which I always have and it was not very red. Days after my period I started spotting only after I peed and wiped it was pink. Now 4 weeks later, I am staying very tired and keeping headahces. Could I still be pregnant? or Is this all just side effects from the Plan B pill I took 4 weeks ago. Should I pick up a preg. test just in case and also has anyone else experienced this after Plan B or did they become pregnant even after taking it?
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If you feel as though your bleed was abnormal then I would go ahead and suggest you take a home pregnancy test just to ease your mind.
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