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Had unprotected sex, taken Plan B. Now bleeding. Is it my period?

Hi I ve been going back on concerta since September 3rd. I had intercourse without a condom but my bf didn t cum inside of me and was still hard. I m not sure if there were pre-cums but I went to cvs 30 mins later and took plan B. and today I experience bleeding . Is it my period? I never experienced spotting in my life. I m worried the I may be pregnant. I hope it s just period. It came 13 days earlier than when it is suppose to come. Does concerta cause early periods as early as 13 days early? This bleeding is 6 days after sex. Help
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
Hi Dear thanks for your question,you took plan B 30 minutes of unprotected sex,so there is nothing to worry ,even if your boy friend would have discharged within you.The bleeding which occur after 6 days of taking plan B is due to the Effect of plan B,so relax this the normal process of effect of plan B.yes emergency contraception does disturb the normal cycle and cause bleeding in between the cycle ,that is how it prevents the pregnancy
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General & Family Physician Dr. Md Iftakhar's  Response
The bleeding you are experiencing may be the periods you are experiencing because of the the Plan B which you have taken after the intercourse. One of the important effect of Plan B documented is as having menstrual bleeding which is heavy or lighter, earlier or later after taking Plan B. As far as chances of being pregnant after after intercourse without cumming inside and after taking Plan B within 72 hours is very rare and after having bleeding after 6 days make this impossible. So you can be sure that pregnancy can't be the case. Kindly observe this bleeding and follow for your next menstrual period and if something is wrong consult your physician.
Thanks and take care.
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