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Taken Plan B after unprotected sex. Abdominal cramps, nausea, itching, continuous bleeding. What do I do?

hello, i had unprotected sex and i took plan B the next morning. then i had really bad abdominal cramps and nausea etc which i read was normal….but now i have severeee itching and its creating a lot of discomfort and i started bleeding the same day i took the pill and its been more then 7 days even tho the bleeding is light now…its not going away…i thought it was my period…but i dont know...what do i do?
Asked On : Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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It is true that withdrawal bleeding is often seen after taking the emergency pill, but, itching is not a side effect. You are perhaps having some vaginitis which needs to be treated, your partner also may need treatment. Since the bleeding is decreasing in intensity, you may wait for it to subside on its own. If it does not do so in a couple of days, you need to get expert help in person. If you are due for your period, it is possible that you have had a menstrual period also set in. Please see a specialist for further help. Hope this helps.
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