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Board Certified and I have 40 years of patient experience. I am happy to help you. I'm sorry you have concerns about pregnancy. When Plan B works, it causes one to abort any pregnancy and results in a "period" regardless of when you are due. So, the fact that you had what is a period, Plan B worked for you by causing you to abort. There is no reason to be concerned about pregnancy at this time. You should expect your next period to come at its normal frequency.
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At this time, since you just got your period, you are not pregnant. The Plan B that you took either brought on your period which is what it is supposed to do by changing your hormone levels. This is usually the way Plan B works. Its primary use is to prevent an egg from attaching to the uterine wall. The "bleeding" is the result and it usually works in this way.
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