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Taken Plan B after unprotected sex. Nausea, spotting. Negative pregnancy test. Pregnant?

I had sex on my ovulation day without knowing I was ovulating. He came inside. I took plan b the next day. My period came a day late very light it lasted 2 days spotted and left. I have been very nauseous and throwing up. I took a pregnacy monday after last monday when I received dat two day period and it came out negative. Could there be a posibility I am pregnant or is it the plan b still making me this sick?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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thanks for using health care magic

there is a greater chance that you are not pregnant.

Emergency contraceptive pills are well known to be effective especially
when taken within the recommended time period. more so the pregnancy test you did after the menses turned out negative.

Emergency contraception is hormone base and its side effects are nausea and vomiting.

However, it is necessary to repeat the test in a later date.

Best regards
Dr Achuo
Answered: Mon, 24 Jun 2013
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