Does Plan B alwayas work?
Asked by Estrella Mcginness 1 month ago.
Plan B should be taken within 3 days (72 hours) of unprotected sex and can reduce the risk of pregnancy by up to 89%. But the sooner you take it the more effective it will be. Plan B is not RU-486 (the abortion pill); it will not work if you are already pregnant it contains the hormone levonorgestrel, the same ingredient found in many birth control pills. The difference is that Plan B contains a larger dose of levonorgestrel than the amount found in a single birth control pill. And, unlike many birth control pills, Plan B does not contain any estrogen Answered by Norma Rux 1 month ago.
Plan is a "morning after pill", taken after unprotected safe to help prevent pregnancy. LIke any other birth control pills or general medication, there is 100% guarantee. It is most effective when it is taken within 48 hours after having had sex. Answered by Berniece Josue 1 month ago.
Ru 486 is used to help to prevent implantation of a fertilized ova. That's why it's commonly called the morning after pill. It's about 89% percent effective. Used properly and consistendly, condoms are about 99% effective, and they protect against STI's. No other method of birth control does that. But getting back to effectiveness - there is no single or combined method of birth control that's 100% effective. So, in the future, use your head and cover his. Answered by Roland Quadnau 1 month ago.
Sumtymes depending on who u r as in the person Answered by Tanja Reyolds 1 month ago.
Sounds like you should go to plan C Answered by Camilla Conkey 1 month ago.
Sometimes......My Oldest sister tried it the day after and she still was pregnant Answered by Hue Stritmater 1 month ago.
yes it always works if your in to that. how about plan a use a condom. Answered by Scarlett Delaet 1 month ago.
yeah sure why not its always good to be prepared Answered by Lazaro Kuchar 1 month ago.
What is plan B? Answered by Carline Reade 1 month ago.
Question About Plan B?
Is plan b still effective the second day after sex and does is mess up your period? if it does, how so? Also, what are the side effects of plan b?
Asked by Mickey Brodin 1 month ago.
Frequently Asked Questions What is Plan B One-Step®? How does Plan B One-Step® work ? When is it appropriate to use Plan B One-Step®? You can use Plan B One-Step® after you've had unprotected sex or contraceptive failure one or more times in the last 72 hours (3 days), and you don't want to become pregnant. Plan B One-Step® can be used as a backup method for birth control if, for example: Your regular birth control failed (your partner's condom broke or slipped) You made a mistake with your regular method (you forgot to take your birth control pills) You didn't use any birth control method When is it not appropriate to use Plan B One-Step®? When should I use Plan B One-Step®? You only have a few days to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex or contraceptive failure. Plan B One-Step® works better the sooner you take it. It’s only one pill, so you can get what you need right away—within 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex or contraceptive failure. How effective is Plan B One-Step®? How will I know if Plan B One-Step® worked? What if I'm already pregnant and use Plan B One-Step®? Can I use Plan B One-Step® for regular birth control? How often can I use Plan B One-Step®? Will I experience any side effects from Plan B One-Step®? When used as directed, Plan B One-Step® is safe and effective. Side effects may include changes in your period, nausea, lower abdominal pain, fatigue, headache, dizziness, and breast tenderness. Some women may have changes in their period, a heavier or lighter next period, or a period that is early or late. If your period is more than a week late, you may be pregnant. If you have severe abdominal pain, you may have an ectopic pregnancy, and should get immediate medical attention. Answered by Tula Mickelberry 1 month ago.
Plan B is very effective for birth control. Just buy plan b from buybirthcontrolpills and get huge discounts. Answered by Darci Jecklin 1 month ago.
Plan B ummm.... ummm.... ummmm.... oh yeah we are going to get right into a yellow hummer with jaccuzi within the trunk with lovely men and women in it and drink jack and coke and trip out into the sundown....(lengthy sigh).... that close to slipped my brain Answered by Orville Yasui 1 month ago.
Does Walmart sell the Plan B pill?
Does Walmart sell the Plan B pill?
Asked by Elinor Tyberg 1 month ago.
Plan B Pill Walmart Answered by Inell Huell 1 month ago.
I'm not sure but if you have a local Planned ParentHood, or a Woman's Clinic, they can help you financially if you can't afford it. They give them for $25, but if you don't have the entire payment they'll take what you have and you pay them back slowly. No matter what your age or marital status, they'll help. Just don't take advantage of their great program. And get some birth control while you're there. Its cheap too. $15 a month!!! Answered by Mara Grahn 1 month ago.
I believe so .. I know Target does In California, you don't need to see an MD or anything you just need to be over 18 i think plan B is like $50 (again, only speaking for California) Answered by Mana Chrzan 1 month ago.
I believe you have to get it from Planned Parenthood or by prescription. Or at the very least, from a pharmacy. I don't think you can get it off the shelf. Answered by Argelia Boveja 1 month ago.
well if theres a pharmacy there then yes u can. i know in y state u dont need a prescription. Answered by Darrell Mayfield 1 month ago.
yes they do as long as they have a pharmacy Answered by Broderick Arnzen 1 month ago.
you have to have a perscription to get it. just go to the ER and tell them you need it, they will write you a perscription. EDIT: i know for a FACT that in alabama you have to have a perscription. not sure about all the other states. Answered by Constance Wilkers 1 month ago.
oooooh... Im tellin... Answered by Carleen Cornwall 1 month ago.
Spotting after taking plan b?
i took plan b about an hour and a half ago and i checked the bathroom and i have light spotting. i dont know if this is from before or after i took the pill. what is this?
Asked by Elsie Zeman 1 month ago.
Firstly : Plan B does come with the possibility of screwing with your normal cycle. It stops the eggs from moving into the area where it can be fertilized by a sperm. While it is uncommon it can actually fully change your cycles in their entirity. Though, again, that is rare. Bleeding after taking the Plan B pill interrupts your cycle so, no, it is not uncommon to bleed after taking it at an odd time. If your cycles are erratic to begin with it could just be your normal period starting. Think of Plan B as an extremely high dose of the standard birth control pill. It's almost like taking the equivalent of an entire months worth of pills in one foul swoop. Now, don't take that to mean that you are in the clear to have unprodected sex for a whole month without becoming pregnant. It doesn't work that way. The reason you take the daily pills is because they flush out of your system when you don't take them ever day. Plan B, like standard birthcontrol pills, convinces your body that you are already pregnant, and unless you have a 2nd uterus in there (You don't, trust me) then the layer of your uterus has hardened preventing further implantation for a time. If it was your first time having intercourse then it could also have been your hymen stretching or tearing. If the bleeding continues past what a normal period of yours is like or if there is extreme pain involved then you need to see your doctor *very* soon as there are some rare but problematic side effects to the Plan B pill. In the future it is always safest to just be on birth control to begin with as well as wear condoms to double your protection as neither is 100% by itself, but together you can knock that 99% to 99.999999(etc)%. Better to play itself then taking a lot of medications that can seriously mess with your system at best and at worst possibly prevent you from being able to concieve in the future. The birth control pills are kept at low doses just enough to prevent pregnancy just for that reason. Yes, you can take Plan B several times in one month with probably no side effects, but high doses of what is, in essence, birth control, over extended periods of times at a constant rate does stand a very slim chance of shooting you off in to menopause. No fun all around. Answered by Thanh Merrill 1 month ago.
Is the plan b pill...?
is the plan b pill abortion?
Asked by Christin Fosselman 1 month ago.
It depends on who you ask. Because different people have different beliefs on when a fertilized egg is a baby and when it's not. The lawful definition of a fetus is when a fertilized egg implants into the lining of the uterus and fixes itself. But there is a period of time(48-72 hrs after sex) when an egg is fertilized but not attached to the uterus it's just kind of floating around in there, for lack of a better term. The Plan B pill causes the fertilized egg to not be able to implant into the wall of the uterus and it is simply flushed out along with the lining of blood and mucous and you have a period. Since the egg was never technically implanted and stuck to the wall of the uterus it's not considered a fetus yet. But some hard core right wing people will tell you that regardless of where the egg is in the womb, the minute the egg hits sperm and it fertilizes it's a baby. That topic is always under debate. EDIT: It is true that if a fertilized egg is already implanted in your uterus (when it's passed the 48-72 hr window) the plan B pill will have no effect. PS. Stop referring to it as the abortion pill, that's not what Plan B is. Answered by Diana Moralis 1 month ago.
Absolutly not!! its if you didnt use a condom or a condom broke. You take the pill to prevent a pregnancy. It cannot be an abortion because there is nothing existing except having the sperm not be able to reach the egg. It helps millions of woman that dont want to become pregnant. IT ONLY WORKS IF you TAKE THE PILL 72 HOURS AFTER YOU HAD SEX. its not an abortion pill.. its a morning after pill. Abortion means operation ending a pregnancy. Answered by Ken Dowson 1 month ago.
Period 3 weeks late plan b?
We had an incident and the condom broke a day after my gf period. As soon as this happened we rushed to the pharmacy and took plan b with 45mins after the incident. Her next expected period was supposed to be for Dec. 6 and she still hasn't gotten her period. We have taken 3 pregnancy tests at different time...
Asked by Brooke Delana 1 month ago.
We had an incident and the condom broke a day after my gf period. As soon as this happened we rushed to the pharmacy and took plan b with 45mins after the incident. Her next expected period was supposed to be for Dec. 6 and she still hasn't gotten her period. We have taken 3 pregnancy tests at different time periods and they were all negatve. She has ovarian cysts and her periods are usually not on time. Could the plan b possibly mess her cycle up making her period very late? what are the chances of her being pregnant Answered by Alina Leder 1 month ago.
Side Effects of Plan B - for the Consumer Plan B All medicines may cause side effects, but many people have no, or minor, side effects. Check with your doctor if any of these most COMMON side effects persist or become bothersome when using Plan B: Breast tenderness; changes in menstrual flow; diarrhea; dizziness; headache; nausea; stomach pain; tiredness; vomiting. Seek medical attention right away if any of these SEVERE side effects occur when using Plan B: Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); lower stomach pain; missed menstrual period; spotting instead of your usual period. Plan B One-Step All medicines may cause side effects, but many people have no, or minor, side effects. Check with your doctor if any of these most COMMON side effects persist or become bothersome when using Plan B One-Step: Breast tenderness; changes in menstrual flow; diarrhea; dizziness; headache; nausea; stomach pain; tiredness; vomiting. Seek medical attention right away if any of these SEVERE side effects occur when using Plan B One-Step: Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); severe and persistent lower stomach pain; missed menstrual period; spotting instead of your usual period. Top Plan B Side Effects - for the Professional Plan B 6.1 Clinical Trials Experience Because clinical trials are conducted under widely varying conditions, adverse reaction rates observed in the clinical trials of a drug cannot be directly compared to rates in the clinical trials of another drug and may not reflect the rates observed in clinical practice. Plan B One-Step was studied in a randomized, double-blinded multicenter clinical trial. In this study, all women who had received at least one dose of study medication were included in the safety analysis: 1,379 women in the Plan B One-Step group, and 1,377 women in the Plan B group (2 doses of 0.75 mg levonorgestrel taken 12 hours apart). The mean age of women given Plan B One-Step was 27 years. The racial demographic of those enrolled was 54% Chinese, 12% Other Asian or Black, and 34% were Caucasian in each treatment group. 1.6% of women in the Plan B One-Step group and 1.4% in Plan B group were lost to follow-up. The most common adverse events (>10%) in the clinical trial for women receiving Plan B One-Step included heavier menstrual bleeding (30.9%), nausea (13.7%), lower abdominal pain (13.3%), fatigue (13.3%), and headache (10.3%). Table 1 lists those adverse events that were reported in > 4% of Plan B One-Step users. Table 1. Adverse Events in > 4% of Women, by % Frequency Most Common Adverse Events (MedDRA) Plan B One-Step N = 1359 (%) Heavier menstrual bleeding 30.9 Nausea 13.7 Lower abdominal pain 13.3 Fatigue 13.3 Headache 10.3 Dizziness 9.6 Breast tenderness 8.2 Delay of menses (> 7 days) 4.5 6.2 Postmarketing Experience The following adverse reactions have been identified during post-approval use of Plan B (2 doses of 0.75 mg levonorgestrel taken 12 hours apart). Because these reactions are reported voluntarily from a population of uncertain size, it is not always possible to reliably estimate their frequency or establish a causal relationship to drug exposure. Gastrointestinal Disorders Abdominal Pain, Nausea, Vomiting General Disorders and Administration Site Conditions Fatigue Nervous System Disorders Dizziness, Headache Reproductive System and Breast Disorders Dysmenorrhea, Irregular Menstruation, Oligomenorrhea, Pelvic Pain Hope this helps and God bless Answered by Whitney Mousa 1 month ago.
if shes 3 weeks past due (after she already took plan b) then sure she might be pregnant, nonetheless it might of occurred earlier than hand. She demands to take experiment whilst her interval is past due now not earlier than her interval is due if she desires correct outcome. She will have to experiment now to get a correct effect! And if now not then She would possibly desire to peer her general practitioner to peer why she isnt getting her interval Answered by Catina Sergent 1 month ago.
Plan B should work so don't worry Answered by Terica Veith 1 month ago.
Plan B ..?
so how many times are you able to take plan b before not being able to have children? just curious because a couple of my girlfriends have taken it
Asked by Teena Gottsch 1 month ago.
A person should have prior knowledge of medicine whatever you are taking. Plan B is effective pills only if you take these pills in proper manner. Buy Plan B from buybirthcontrolpills Answered by Evelyn Nyenhuis 1 month ago.
Plan B ummm.... ummm.... ummmm.... oh yeah we are going to get right into a yellow hummer with jaccuzi within the trunk with lovely persons in it and drink jack and coke and journey out into the sundown....(lengthy sigh).... that virtually slipped my brain Answered by Hang Chatcho 1 month ago.
There is no info on that. It would be best to err on the side of caution Answered by Loren Gaymes 1 month ago.
How does plan b work?
I have pcos and my body ovulates really slow i was wondering does plan b have extra female ormoes to help my flow come down faster?
Asked by Nicola Kime 1 month ago.
The Plan B pill is intended for use as an emergency contraceptive. If a woman has unprotected sex, this pill can be taken up to 72 hours following sex, to help diminish the chance of pregnancy. The Plan B pill contains levonorgestrel, a progestin which is also found in many regular birth control pills. However, two pills are taken 12 hours apart, with the end result being a larger dosage. The more quickly you remember to take it following unprotected sex, the less chance you'll have of becoming pregnant. Unlike RU-486, the Plan B pill does not terminate pregnancies, but rather, prevents them from occurring. Progestin-based pills like Plan B work by disrupting a woman's normal hormone cycle. If taken prior to ovulation, it works by keeping the ovary from releasing an egg. The Plan B pill may also help prevent pregnancy by keeping the sperm from fertilizing the egg and preventing a fertilized egg from attaching to the wall of the uterus. If the fertilized egg is already attached, the Plan B pill will not harm it. Although not meant for regular use, the Plan B pill helps give women an option for those times when unprotected sex is an issue. It's also important to note that while the Plan B pill does prevent unwanted pregnancies, it does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases. hope this helps :) Answered by Ronald Gassman 1 month ago.