Birth Control/plan b

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d unprotected sex about a week after I was supposed to start. did not ejaculate in me and took the plan b pill. now I have light spotting and a yellowish discharge. should I be worried about being pregnant?

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Hello Alex, I just received your question so realize it has been a while since you asked it. Has anything further happened since then? Please be careful when you take the Plan B pill. I have read up on this and sometimes you don't even need to take it and it adds a lot of hormones into your system. Please read about it at http://www.optionline.org/morningafterpill

So let me know if you found out if you are pregnant. Would it be a problem? Also, you can go to http://www.optionline.org to find a pregnancy center near you. You can get a free pregnancy test there.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Diane Cheryl
CHERYL51@aol.com

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Diane Cheryl

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I can answer questions about the various methods of birth control. I have done much research about side effects and risks of birth control methods. I can answer questions like "What would be the best method of birth control for me?" and "What are the advantages of birth control pills or condoms?" I have almost 25 years of experience volunteering with pregnancy resource centers. Please contact me at CHERYL51@aol.com if you would like to know more information about your situation or if I am "Maxed OUT".

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I have almost 25 years of experience in counseling women about birth control and family planning.

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Illinois Valley Community College, Austin Community College, Travel Agent Degree and almost 25 years of counseling experience.
I have worked with Pregnancy Resource Centers for almost 25 years.

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