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    kellyrp posted:
    I have experienced vaginal bleeding since my last period last month. It has only been light & 2 pregnancy tests later, I am not pregnant. I am curious as to the effects of the Plan B pill. Will this jump start my period? I am & my husband is ready for me to quit bleeding!! I use an IUD for birth control & am not concerned that I am pregnant. Just desprate to quit bleeding!! Please give me your thoughts.

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    georgiagail responded:
    Have you considered making an appointment with your gynecologist to get this abnormal vaginal bleeding looked into medically?

    And no, Plan B will not jump start your period, although it seems starting bleeding again with menstruation would seem to be the last thing you'd like to do right now.

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