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    An_241292 posted:
    Ok this girl and I had sex the Wed afternoon before Labor day, and had told me afterwards that she was off of her birth control, and told me that she had PCOS and so I had nothing to worry about. Well even though I didnt ejacualte inside of her, I was still freaking out that she was off of her birth control and got her a plan b pill that Saturday morning. After that I breathed easier, then 3 weeks later she had told me that she was having a missed period but that she had also lost her grandmother but we did a pregnancy test to be sure anyway and it came up negative, so I wasnt worried, and she had told me that she ended up having her period that Friday. Come to find out now that she had a white discharge and only lasted a day. She has been exhausted, but Im thinking thats from not sleeping at night, and is experiencing fatigue. Something else I might mention is she said that she had her period the week before we had sex. Whats the chances that she is pregnant?
     
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    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    not likely if she had her period. It could be a side effect from the plan b pill or just extra hormones. You could always do another test to be sure but if you already had a negative test you should be fine.


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