My cycle began aug.16th. On day 9 of my cycle(aug 24th) I had unprotected sex and couldn't get ahold of the plan b until 2 days later (aug 26th). On day 20 of my cycle (sept 4th) I had unprotected sex again with a different sexual partner and did not take the plan b. According to an ovulation calendar I was ovulating from around the 27th-1st, which is in between both incidents. My period is now 3 days late(day 32 of my cycle) and I'm really beginning to worry that I may be pregnant. I plan to take a pregnancy test if my period doesn't come soon, but I'd just like some opinions on which incident I am most likely to have conceived on, if I did in fact. Also, I know that the plan b delays ovulation, so could it be possible that I was ovulating on day 20 (the second time I had unprotected sex)since that was a week and a half after I took the plan b? I'd really appreciate any help on this, please no negative comments.
You can't count on those schedules, everyone is slightly different. Why are you going around having all this unprotected sex? And who are you going to blame if you get pregnant? You're not going to know who the father is. You need to get on the regular pill or something. Plan B isn't meant to be used as routine birth control, its not good for your body and the more you use it the less effective it is. At the most there is only an 80% efficacy with plan B. And you didn't take it the second time. There is no protection if you've taken it some time before you've had sex.
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