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Unprotected sex, taken Plan B. Taken ascorbic acid tablets, yellow vaginal discharge. Abortion pills?

hi its been 4 day since i had unprotected sex. and i was stupid enough to have sex after taking plan b first within 2 hrs before. and the other day my boyfriend gave me a pack of ascorbic acid tablets and he said take two everyday it will make you have your period soon. and now day 4 this morning i leaked out this yellowish whiteish clear fluids from my vagina . i need help. should i take another plan b pill soon. or plan on buying an abortion pill?
Asked On : Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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Hi thanks for your question,4 days have passed ,since you had unprotected sex,and now you want to take plan B,Plan B works best when used within 72 hours,can be effective maximum up to 120 hours,where by its effectiveness decreases to 89% only.96 hours have already passed,you can go with plan B ,one step,and if doesn't work go for Abortion pill,Hope my answer is helpful to you.
Answered: Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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