Me and my girlfriend had unprotected sex during her 7th day of cycle, 2 days after her last period. (5 days menstraution) we had round 2 after we had sex but before we start, i peed, i peed VERY VERY LITTLE. Now, i am worried about pre cum, that it might contain sperm because i just peed very little. I used the pull out method the whole time and im prettey sure i ejaculated outside. My girlfriend is irregular. Yesterday, 9th day pf her cycle, we checked her mucus and she had egg-white-like dischare. That means shes ovulating. I am so paranoid. She only took 5 pills of nordette as ecp, yes 5 pills at the same time and did not take the 2nd dose because only 5 pills were left. Are we safe? Please help us. Please
I can't believe girls these days are showing their discharge to their guys. Withdrawal is Not a method of birth control. You leak sperm before you ejaculate. Peeing doesn't make much difference either. Use protection. Its selfish to expect her to take all these hormones when a condom would protect you. I don't know if 5 Nordette will work. That isn't what you're supposed to do.
If you were really concerned you would have used a condom and spermicide! The time to think about birth control is before you have sex, not trying to stop pregnancy after the fact. It is not nearly as effective. All of you young people seem to think emergency contraception means nothing will happen but it is not nearly as effective as regular routine birth control. Urinating before sex does absolutely zero/nothing to stop "pre-cum" That occurs when you are inside her and you cant feel it or control it so pulling out does nothing to protect you either-it only takes one single microscopic sperm to cause pregnancy! Quit playing games and take your girl to the clinic or the doctor so she can get on routine birth control if you are going to be sexually active. There is nothing to do now to protect yourselves other than hope and pray. It is like playing a game of Russian Roulette to have unprotected sex. One day you are going to be lucky or unlucky however you choose to look at pregnancy. If you continue to have unprotected sex, she will be pregnant in 6 months to a year, maybe sooner!
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