... unprotected sex with my bf the following Friday night around 11 pm. I know you're supposed to wait 7 days before it starts working but I only waited 6 and a few hours. Is the amount of time I waited long enough or could I be pregnant? Please help, because if there's a chance I could be pregnant I still have time to take a plan B! Also note that he didn't cum inside me but we did it twice in a row, with him sticking it back inside me minutes after wiping off the cum from before.
Plan B is not a magic potion to take when you don't want to follow directions. I'm not going to tell you whether to take it or not, but here are the facts. Plan B is only about 80% effective. The shot is 99% effective If it were me I wouldn't take plan B. It messes up cycles and to have the depo shot too with all the plan B hormones would be a real mess. I think I'd gamble on the 12 hr difference. I'm not sure why girls have decided that you take plan B and there is no chance of pregnancy because nothing could be further from the truth. The other thought is what part of your cycle were you in when you got the shot?
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