Here's the story: I got my last period on January 30, 2008. On February 13 my boyfriend and I were having sex and the condom broke and we stopped immediately but I'm not on birth control. The next day (about 13 hours later) I got plan B and took that. On Feb. 19 I started experiencing some bleeding, but I didn't think it was like my period. It was very light and dark brown and thick. The 20th it was lighter and then on the 21st it was even lighter than that and when I wiped there was some sort of color (pinkish). For those three days I barely filled a 1/4 of the pad each day. On the 20th when the bleeding started I had cramps and headaches. I also have felt nauseous since then pretty much all day. Sunday the 22 I was very nauseous and had a major headache. I feel bloated and am having to go to the bathroom more frequently. I am breaking out and am more stuffed up. I am definitely more tired as well. I have no idea if I'm pregnant or not. I couldn't tell for sure if that was my period I got or implantation bleeding. I did take a test today (the 23rd of Feb) and it was negative. I know I should wait until the 27th to test again, but I am going crazy because I have no idea if I am actually pregnant or not. What are the chances that I am? Thanks for the feedback.
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replied February 24th, 2009
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You and I are pretty much in the same boat! (Except I could not get to Plan B!) It is going to suck thoroughly but wait until you are like three days late and then test. And then test again in like a week. That is what everyone is telling me to do. There is no real way to get a correct result in less than three weeks anyways. It sounds more like your body freaking out from the Plan B. Let me know how it turns out! Best of luck!
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