officialtissue (officialtissue) wrote in vaginapagina,

curious about how plan b affects ovulation

Plan B delays or prevents ovulation thus preventing the sperm from unprotected sex having any egg to get in.


So how does that affect ovulation for the rest of your cycle?

Let's take a regular 28 day cycle and say Plan B was taken the first day of it. Or, rather day 7, which would be after the period has ended. Ovulation has not occurred yet, so more than likely spotting would occur 10 days or so later. What does this mean? That the hormones have caused the cycle to shed the egg and uterine lining early (i.e. skip to the end of the cycle and therefore skipping/ending ovulation?) And when does ovulation occur again? Does the cycle reset?

So confusing.
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