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Took Plan B after a brief intercourse, got 2 periods within 15 days. Should be worried ?

Hello, My girlfriend and i had brief intercorse for about 20 second. Since her being a virgin , she was in pain. So she pushed me off, i noticed some white small substance on my penis and began to panic. Knowing i didnt ejaculate i being to jerk myself off untill i did ejaculate which was 30 seconds later. I went and bought her plan b one step 30 minutes later. This happened on january 16, she got her period january 22, and she said it was normal and heavy. Then she got her period again february 15th. should we be worried?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thanks for your query.
The Plan B would cause withdrawal bleeding within some days of taking it
What happened on january 22, was the withdrawal period.
Also, Plan b would delay or prepone the normal periods by a week, or sometimes, ten days.
hence you have not mentioned the date of her previous period, it appears that the one of February 15th was her normal one.
If you are too scared , take a pregnancy test, however pregnancy seems impossible now.
take care.
Answered: Thu, 29 Aug 2013
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