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Plan B or Implantation Bleeding?

Hi.  I took the first Plan B pill on May 24th at 3PM.  This was after having unprotected sex with by boyfriend on the 23rd at about 2-3PM.  He didn't ejaculate in me, but after he had he entered me again for about 10 seconds.  I took the second pill about 5:30 am on the 25th.  6 days after the unprotected sex I experienced some bleeding, but it was more like pink discharge with some cramping, and it got to be more of an orange/reddish color as the day proceeded.  At one point I looked in the toliet and there was a red clot with some white stuff hanging off of it (reminded me of what an egg yoke looks like but smaller and red).  By the next day it was very very light and eventually disappeared.  I have had some back pain since, and should be starting my period within the next week or so.  I'm quite irregular though and was on the pill for 3 months starting in February and did not continue them towards the end of May because I missed a few towards the end of my third pack and life has just been very stressful.  Can someone tell me what this strange bleeding could have been?
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634745 tn?1256844310
it could be from the plan B but i dont know
you should wait for your period and if it doesn come take a test
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That's the thing though, I know Plan B can alter your whole cycle.  I just don't understand the "clot"  haven't had anything like that since after my first child (with the same guy) and my uterus was still going back to normal.
634745 tn?1256844310
the clot will most probably be from the plan B
i once had clots in my period just randomly, i called the NHS and the doctor said as long as i havent got a fever its fine
they just come randomly, i havent had any since then
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plan b gives insturctions and it can totally be from that. you do know you were a few hours late taking your second pill though right?
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yes... I am aware.  My dang boyfriend didn't get it until 3 in the afternoon so waking up at 3am was a bit tricky because I'm a sound sleeper.  I am now experiencing some large secretions of discharge that is mostly clear with some cloudiness... could it have thrown my cycle off so much that I'm ovulating again?  I am having abdominal cramps.
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I've taken three tests since the 23... two regular and one digital. All were negative, and I took them a little over 2 weeks after the intercourse.  I still have not started my period though but have had a lot of clear discharge and also cramping.  I was suppoesed to start on the 10th.  All my breasts aren't hurting but they just seem a little different.  Is this a possible pill side effect?
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Hi. I, too, took the Plan B on May 25h, so I'm understanding your concern. I got my period six days after taking - a bit heavier then normal. Your clot sounds odd, but the drug does alter the lining of the uterus if taken in that stage of the process.  Also, you just stopped taking the pill then took Plan B, so your cycle is probably out of wack with all the hormones.  For peace of mind, you may want to go the the doctor next week if you're still worried.
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well i have a reg checkup on this coming tuesday so i'll be ok... but i took 3 tests this week on monday, tuesday, and wednesday and all worked properly and were negative so i was about 2 1/2 - 3 weeks from intercourse.  i just think my hormones are severly screwed up (or so i hope)
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