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On Feb 15th, I had unprotected sex, where my bf ejaculated inside of me. The next day, I took a plan B. Since, I have had some cramping and some spotting; the spotting stopped and seems to be starting again, but no full period. I took a pregnancy test, and I was positive. It is my understanding that Plan B is supposed to A. stop the egg from being released and thus fertilized; B. make it almost impossible for a fertilized egg to attach to the uterus wall. With these two things in place, and the amount of time it takes the fertilized egg to reach the uterus; can I really be pregnant??

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In order for you to have a positive pregnancy test your urine must test positive for a hormone called HCG. Plan be is not 100% effective. I suggest you see a doctor and get a blood test to see if your are pregnant. Also plan B does not stop a pregnancy after it has already started. If the egg gad already released and the sperm penetrated it and implanted before you took te medication then it would not work. I think your egg had possibly already been released. I that was so when you had sex you got pregnant right away. Your egg was already waiting. Plan b usually prevents an egg from being released and that is how it is usually effective. Good luck and congratulations.
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Also the bleeding could be implantation bleeding or it could br possible problems with the pregnancy. I would highly recommend you see a doctor as soon as you can.
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