Well, due to all of my problems, I am pretty much a regular here now. I'm the one who wrote about the pink discharge yesterday; after some period-like cramping last evening, I'm bleeding today.
Two days ago I talked to a nurse who told me that I may have breakthrough bleeding from having to take Plan B on the evening of November 22nd. Up until two days ago, I hadn't really had many effects from Plan B other than some abdominal tightening. It's hard for me to believe that ONE DAY after the nurse said this, it happened ... which is why I can't fathom the bleeding is coming from Plan B.
A lot of thoughts are coming through my mind: Am I pregnant? Is this implantation bleeding?
I'm just very scared right now. I don't believe in abortion and I know I won't be able to go to college with a baby and what will my family think? I can't really make a big deal about this and schedule the doctor's appointment, because my mom will know and if it IS a false alarm, a lot of things are going to change. She has my insurance card in her purse -- I stole it the last time, but I'm not sure how many times I can do that without getting caught -- you know?
I'm on the second week of my pill cycle (second Thursday in the pack), and I know it's not normal to bleed during your pack unless something is wrong.
Also, I have been worrying myself sick lately. Could this have brought on the bleeding I'm experiencing today? I really doubt it, but you never know ...
What are the odds of it being Plan B or from pregnancy from sex without a condom (and pull-out method, which I know is not effective) on Sunday morning in the early A.M.?
[ 12-14-2007, 07:18 PM: Message edited by: seasons ]
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