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Amanda45
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Please help me. I took plan b a month ago and have had my period for that month. But now my period is late this month I have concluded from the articles on your website that I have not done anything since that could pose a potential pregnancy risk. Could I be pregnant? I have had all the normal symptoms that come before my period but there is still no sign of it.

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Sam W
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Hi Amanda,

Plan B tends to make people's cycles a little wonky for a few months after taking it, so that may be whats happening here. But periods can be late for all sorts of reasons, which you can read about here:
M.I.A or, Dude, Where's My Period?


You may also want to give some of the articles in this link another read through:
This Is Your Pregnancy Scare Answer

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