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still with diarrea and breast tenderness & dizzy...

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okay so my bf and I had sex the 18thMay meaning i was ovulating, anyways he didnt ejaculate inside me because he knew he didnt and he got blue balls after sex and the condom was clean when he took it off. but the 1 attempt he did not use a condom to penetrate me, that was my first time having sex and his to. But pre-cum is possible, like 2 hours later from having sex i went and bought plan b just to be safe. 2day since I took the pill and i started feeling so hormone crazy! i had diarrhea,headache,nausea,dizziness,breast tenderness and fatigue, meaning i practiclly got all of the sideffects listed. right now it has been 10days since i took the pill and some side effects have not passed im still with diarrea and breast tenderness& dizzy, could it be because im like 87 pounds very small/petite and took that 1pill? or is it because i may be pregnant? I'm very regular when it comes to my period and i only get cramps,bloated,and tired.


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replied May 31st, 2012
Am I Pregnant Answer A35572
Welcome to e health forum.

It seems that you have already taken the emergency contraceptive pill (Plan B) within 72 hrs of the intercourse. Hence even if there was any remote chances of you being pregnant due to unprotected sexual intercourse, it has been negated by the Plan B pill. Hence you need not be worried about being pregnant.

Your symptoms are probably due to the hormonal effects of the Plan B medication itself and not due to pregnancy.


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