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Vaginal bleeding, chest and stomach pain after taking Plan B. Is this supposed to happen?

I got my period last week and after my period I engaged in sexual intercourse. We did use a condom but it slipped off, so I took two of the plan B pills. One week later, I started to have vaginal bleeding . This lasted for about 3 days and stopped today. But today I ve been feeling chest and stomach pains. The chest pains seem to be whats called, Heart Burn and I m wondering if this is supposed to happen? Thank you
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic,
Plan B pill are emergency contraceptive pills. It is normal to have vaginal bleeding after taking the pills. Many women also experience some side effect such as stomach pain but this is subside in a couple of days. Avoid spicy food and take tab omeprazole 20 mg before breakfast once daily for 7 days. This will reduce the stomach pain.
Your menstrual cycle will become regular in 2 to 3 months. Hope that answers your question.
Regards, Dr.Imaad.
Answered: Sun, 18 Jan 2015
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