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Had unprotected sex. Have headaches, light spotting, sickness in stomach, back pain. Help?

my cycle started on march 26 and ended on march 31 the day that it ended i had unprotected sex but the next day i took plan b but me and my mate had unprotected sex again so now im feeling sick to my i spotted it was very very light what can this be and im having headaches and my lower back starting to hurt
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
You had unprotected sex on the first day after your bleeding stopped, then you took plan B.There was no need to take plan B as this sexual exposure as at was your safe period. The abdominal pain, spotting and headache these all are side effects of plan B.There is nothing to worry. These side effects will disappear within one week however spotting may remain persistent. You cannot conceive from next unprotected sex as you are bleeding due to side effects of plan B. You should consider some regular method of contraception as Emergency contraception is for emergency purpose only and not a substitute to regular contraception.
hope this answers your question.
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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