A week ago or so i had "sex" twice. i took a pregnancy test 5 days after and it said negative. (did i take the test too early?) thenI took plan b 2 days after i had "sex" Another time. i don't know what to call it but he didn't cum inside me and we didn't use protection cuz we weren't planning on doing it at all (for all the times we've had "sex" we haven't used protection and I'm not on birth control). But i was also wondering if pre ejaculation was actually true and If i could get pregnant from it and if the guy can even feel it? (my boyfriends mormon so were thinking since he doesn't touch himself that he doesn't pre ejaculate but we aren't sure if thats true) Im supposed to get my period today and normally i feel symptoms like back aches or intense cramping or breaking out but this time none of that happened. Im also supposed to either cry or get really angry the day before (i did cry) and i know that plan b delays periods and i may be overreacting completely on everything that i have asked but I'm just really afraid that i could be pregnant.. Help!
I'm not clear on when you took plan B in relationship to the first encounter. You very well can get pregnant even tho he pulls out. He has already left sperm in you. Plan B messes up your cycle, and you can have symptoms of pregnancy from it too. You are so wrong on the pre ejaculate, it is a biological fact. It is nothing he can control or change. When you did the pregnancy test was way to soon. Stop gambling with your lives, and get some birth control.
Plan b only covers you if you take it within 36 hours of your last sexual encounter. One dose will not work for multiple episodes of sex. Taking Plan b can mess up your cycle, delay your normal period time and cause pregnancy type side effects (nausea, tender breasts, bloating, mood swings etc) Plan b is a large dose of hormones. Yes, you could potentially be pregnant but every sexual encounter doesnt get you pregnant. Kaismama means you may have gotten lucky and not be pregnant by "dodging a bullet" She is correct in saying your pregnancy test was too early. You wont show positive on a pregnancy test until you are late for your period. If you are now late for your period, you can try taking another and be sure you use the first void (pee) of the morning-it will have the highest concentration of HCG, the hormone the test is looking for. All men secrete pre-ejaculate sperm. They cannot prevent it and they cannot feel it or control it.
If a man puts his penis inside you at all you can become pregnant. Withdrawing before ejaculation does absolutely NOTHING to prevent pregnancy. It is a wives tale holdover from when women didnt have many options for birth control and poor women used this to try to decrease the chance of pregnancy but it really doesnt work. You need to get on some regular birth control. You are playing with fire and you will eventually become pregnant if you keep going like you are. You need to either use condoms or better yet, get yourself on the pill or other form of hormonal contraception.
Plan B can act up to 5 days but taking it in the first 72 hrs is most beneficial. It does a number on your body and your hormones. Most often you won't have a period immediately but it will likely come when your next period is due. If you haven't had your period by then, then I would take a pregnancy test. The fact that your bf is Mormon does not mean he dies not pre-ejaculate and you can get pregnant from the substance that comes out from that. Please get on birth control. The plan B will not cover two episodes of unprotected sex and is not meant for birth control.
I just reread your post, I believe your period is due today. Take a test now to put your mind at ease. Unfortunately, I see it more and more where it's up to the girl to be proactive and go on birth control. But that doesn't protect against std's. I just went through this with my cousin and had to convince my aunt, her mom to put her birth control as she thought birth control would encourage more sexual activity. That's not the case. You need to protect your body sweetie. Best of luck!
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