Yes, it’s very common to have bleeding after taking Plan B. Part of the way it works is that it makes your uterus slough all of the endometreum it’s been building up during your cycle (very similar to having your period). The part that has me a little worried is the nausea and abdominal pain you’ve been having. This doesn’t necessarily mean your pregnant, and it could just be a side effect of the Plan B, but I think you should talk to a doctor about it. I don’t think the side effects should be lasting for so long.
Hope you feel better soon!posted almost 4 years ago
I would definitely recommend talking to a doctor about it – at least go back to the pharmacy where you purchased it and ask for a consult with the pharmacist! They will know all of the possible side effects, and can tell you if you need to see your regular doctor – and it’s free, so there’s no reason not to!posted almost 4 years ago
The things you listed are very common after taking plan B.
But if you are still having the symptoms, you really need to get it checked. Side-effects usually fade after a couple of days max after taking plan B.posted almost 4 years ago
Like others say, according to what you’re going through, it does sound like you have your period, but it doesn’t hurt to talk to a doctor (or a nurse at Planned Parenthood – they provide free services for low-income people).posted almost 4 years ago