Does 2 day bleeding restart period cycle?
- 16 Apr 2017 by Wilder1978
- 16 April 2017
- plan b, emergency contraception, postcoital contraception, period, ovulation, bleeding, condom, girlfriend, cycle
Took a Plan B march 27 bleed for 4 days (April 1st) took another one 2nd and bleed on the 7th for two days took one on the 15th because of a broken condom not sure if she was ovulation
My girlfriend had took a plan b April 2nd bleed on April 7th till the 9th does that mean her cycle restarted ? And I also had sex with her today April 15th and the condom split and I'm not sure if she was on ovulation and I peed before we did anything and she took another Plan B so if it was during her ovulation could it still would (her last cycle was 25 days because of the first Plan B) so does that mean her cycle will be 25 days again ?
I'm freaking out because I'm praying to God I'm not a father I just want to know if that 2 day bleeding restarts her cycle and if her next cycle will be 25 days like the last one and if the Plan B will work during ovulation if taken 40 minutes after the condom spot
With 1 Plan B it's impossible to say how it effects the menstrual cycle, as it's a huge dose of artificial hormone, & everyone's body handles it differently.
It's meant for pure emergencies, so taking it twice in such a short space of time, means that it's definitely impossible to say how it will effect a woman. That's a HUGE dose of artificial hormone. She's likely to have irregular bleeding, not know when it's her period or when it's bleeding caused by the Plan B, & not know when she's ovulating, for several months. Possibly more.
The massive dose is also likely to give her lots of hormonal side effects.
If she was already ovulating, then Plan B won't work for her. She'd need the other emergency contraceptive pill (Ulipristal Acetate) or an IUD fitted by a doctor. Either of those things may prevent pregnancy if used within 5 days/120 hours of the unprotected sex.
Plan B works by delaying ovulation until the sperm leaves the body. It cannot help if ovulation is already happening.
I'd do an Internet search on the correct use of condoms, if I was you, as they are tested to high standards, & don't tend to break unless it is user error. You can do things to ensure they don't break or snag.
With regards to urinating before sex, a recent study by Human Fertility (you can do an Internet search to find it) has shown that it does not prevent sperm being present in pre-ejaculate/pre-cum.
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