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jessica catzz 18
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I havent had my period in 2 months after taking plan b, i took plan b in july which i was told i didnt need to take it and nowmy period hasent shown up. Ive been getting some symptoms like my period is about to come but i dont know whats going on.
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Heather
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Has this ever happened to you before with periods? Normally, how regular or irregular are your cycles.

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jessica catzz 18
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Well i missed a month before. Then i went bcp for two months and then stopped and now im at this point . My cycles are from 28 to 35 days
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So, sounds like this has happened before and you're also not exactly that regular, either.

Since Plan B can cause menstrual cycle changes for some users -- sometimes for months -- I'd not sweat this. I'd just make sure you do take a pregnancy test, since Plan B, like other methods of contraception, isn't 100% effective, and I assume you used it because you did have a real risk of pregnancy.

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jessica catzz 18
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Well i didnt have unprotected sex , we were rubbing against each other with clothes on but he had some precum on his pants so i took plan b just in case. But im going to schedule an appointment with my doctor though
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So, it sounds like you did not have a pregnancy risk to begin with. In this case, I'd say that the missing period is not a big deal and likely due to the side effects of taking Plan B.

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