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Taken Plan B. Had sex. Wiped out blood. Possibilities?

hi, im 15 years old, yes i know im young to be having sex. But about 2 weeks ago me and my boyfriend had sex without a condom he came in me about 5 times but i took the pill Plan B in about 40 hours. now i ve been having sore nipples and i had brownish spottings ? and today when i wiped i had blood ? and 3 dots of blood on my underwear? can you please tell me if its my period or am i pregnant help !???
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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May 2013
Thanks for the query.

As you took the pill within 72 hours of the act, possibly it can give protection.
The symptoms you are having could be side effects due to emergency pill.
The spotting could be due to ovulation bleeding, if it is your time of ovulation. But the possibility of the pregnancy cannot be completely ruled out.
So if you miss your expected date of periods better to go for pregnancy test onec.
Take care.

Answered: Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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