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my girlfriend has been taking birth control regularly for about five months, before she started she had very light periods and were normally on time. we had sex about two days after the day she was supposed to have her period and the condom broke. it was the second time having sex that night as well. so we immedietely drove to the drug store an she took plan b within an hour of the condom breaking. two days later she took a pregnancy test and it was negative. a month later she has yet to get her period, but has had light bleeding every once and awhile leading up to today. I have also fingered her and had blood on my hand. she was supposed to get her period yesterday, but has yet to get anything. she took another pregnancy test today and it came up negative again. how badly can plan b mess up a girls cycle


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It's pretty typical for Plan B to mess with the cycle for up to a couple months. The spotting she's had is also likely to the Plan B. Since it's been more than a month already and she has had negative pregnancy tests I wouldn't worry about pregnancy here.

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