Young woman, 21, who ‘took two Plan B pills in 24 hours’ says she dropped out of medical school to focus on OnlyFans
- Amy Mae was a doctor for two years when she postponed joining OnlyFans
- It comes after she went viral for taking two Plan B pills within 24 hours
A young woman who went “viral” for taking two Plan B pills in 24 hours “just to be on the safe side” has revealed she dropped out of medical school to become an OnlyFans star.
Amy Mae, from Adelaide, has always had a passion for medical science and was two years into college, but was living ‘paycheck to paycheck’ in retail.
The 21-year-old turned to the platform for adults to earn more money late last year and is now among the top 0.05 percent creators — but admits she will likely never be able to become a doctor due to stigmas associated with the site.
‘In my first few days [posting explicit content] I doubled my monthly income compared to my normal retail job,” said Amy Mommy.
“I wish I was more likely to become a doctor or do something in medicine after OnlyFans…I think my chances of getting a job in medicine would be smaller, no matter how well I do in the education or my level of talent. And that sucks.’
Earlier this month, Amy took two morning-after pills after having unprotected sex twice in the same day because she was “not sure if she was covered” by the first — but doctors said the double dose is pointless.
Amy Mae, 21, from Adelaide, was two years into her medical studies when she chose to put it off and become an OnlyFans star
The 21-year-old lived “paycheck to paycheck” while in college while working in retail. She’s been on the platform for six months now and is among the top 0.05 percent creators — but admits she’ll probably never be able to become a doctor due to stigmas associated with the X-rated site
The OnlyFans star shared a now-viral TikTok detailing the situation, telling FEMAIL that both “accidents” were with the same man.
Initially, she only posted pictures of herself in lingerie and bikinis without showing her face. But as her confidence grew, she revealed what she looked like.
Earlier this month, Amy took two morning-after pills after having unprotected sex twice in the same day because she was ‘not sure she was covered’ by the first – but doctors say the double dose is pointless
Plan B, also known as the morning after pill, when taken correctly prevents the woman’s egg from being released and thus prevents her from becoming pregnant.
If the young woman had unprotected sex twice in one day, she was still covered by that one pill.
In the video, Amy said she wasn’t worried at first, but she quickly got worried the second time around.
“When it happened the first time I was like ‘it’s fine, I’ll just get a plan B,'” she said in the clip.
“And the second time it happened later in the day, I was stressed because I didn’t know if plan B would cover me or if I needed a new plan.
“So I had to take the walk of shame back to the pharmacist and ask.”
Amy started her OnlyFans just six months ago and says she’s already in the top percentage of creators.
“My pharmacist told me to take two Plan Bs just to be on the safe side, but it sparked a lot of controversy in the comments,” she told FEMAIL.
How often can you take the morning-after pill?
Taking the morning after pill (also known as emergency contraception) multiple times does not change its effectiveness or cause any long-term side effects.
You can use the morning after pill whenever you want.
But it’s not a good idea to use the morning-after pill as your usual method of contraception. It is like that because:
- The morning-after pill does not prevent pregnancy, as do other forms of contraception such as the IUD, implant, pill, injection, ring or condoms.
- Taking the morning-after pill over and over is usually more expensive and less convenient than a regular method of contraception.
- Side effects of the morning-after pill, such as bleeding between periods or nausea, are temporary and harmless, but they can be annoying.
- The morning-after pill can make your period irregular and difficult to predict when you use it often.
Source: planned parenting
Australian GP Dr Deb Cohen-Jones confirmed with FEMAIL that it is not necessary to take two ‘Plan B’ pills on the same day.
The respected doctor, who focuses on women’s health, said the idea was ridiculous
The viral TikTok video has since been viewed a staggering 5.2 million times, with many saying it’s “pointless” to take two morning-after pills in one day.
“Honey, you didn’t need two.. are you okay?” one commented, the other said, “Twice is crazy.”
A third added: ‘It doesn’t matter how much you take [it] because they just cancel each other out. So only one is needed.’
However, despite the backlash, other women admitted to doing the same thing in the past “just to be on the safe side.”
“I wasn’t sure, so it took two days too,” one woman said, another said, “I would have done the same thing.”
Another woman said she relies on the IUD so she doesn’t have to “keep taking” the morning-after pill.