Me and my boyfriend had protected sex today at 12:30pm. The condom did not break and he pulled out before he came. I saw him pull out and saw him cum but noticed he had sperm on his pelvic area and balls. (Sorry TMI) I was curious to make sure everything was ok so when I wiped with my hand down there I noticed "white stuff" and idk if it was sperm or my discharge. He went and got plan b one step and I took that 30mins-1hour after sex. I went to a period calendar because my last period was Jan 13 this month and my period last 7 days and it is usually 32 days before my next one. And idk if I am ovulatating or not. My question is am I safe from getting pregnant?! I also smoke cigarettes but only once today because idk of cigarettes will make it not work. Please help ASAP!!
It's impossible for anyone to tell you if you'll get pregnant. I wasn't there, so I can't tell you if the fluid was his or yours, but if the condom was still on & not damaged, & he withdrew before he lost his erection (which is the point sperm can leak out of the condom inside you, when he goes soft), then I'd say it sounds like the fluid you saw was yours.
Plan B is 90% effective if taken within 12 hours of unprotected sex.
You may get some bleeding after using Plan B, but not always. However, it is common that your next period could be late by a week or two (sometimes longer), but you can do a pregnancy test to put your mind at rest, if it is late.
You may well get hormonal symptoms as a side effect of the drug. They could be the sort of things you'd get with a period or pregnancy.
It is a huge dose of hormone, that should only be taken in emergency.
Probably a good idea to get some long term birth control sorted out.
Smoking has no effect on Plan B.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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