I took the pill about 17 hours after unprotected sex. My boyfriend claims to have not came, and I dont believe he did either. I took the pill just to be on the safe side.
You were right to take Plan b anyway. Even if a male doesnt ejaculate (or come) doesnt mean that you were not exposed to sperm. Sperm are secreted all throughout the sex act not just during ejaculation so withdrawal before ejaculation does little to nothing to prevent pregnancy. NEVER rely on withdrawal for pregnancy prevention. Studies have shown that the couples who use the withdrawal method and couples who use nothing at all to prevent pregnancy actually have about the same rates of pregnancy so withdrawal just does not work! It is unreliable and very difficult for many men to do properly. Plan b may make you bleed, spot or you may not bleed at all. If your next expected period is later than a week, you should test for pregnancy. Plan b works best if you take it as soon as possible after an unprotected sexual episode or in the event of a condom break or slip. If pregnancy has already occured, it will not terminate the pregnancy so this is why it should be taken asap. Plan b often will cause nausea, breast tenderness, bloating, and irregular periods-possibly for a few months. Also remember that fertility returns rapidly after taking Plan b so dont make the mistake of believing you are protected for a day or two after taking. Plan b is not contraception and should not be used as such. If you are going to be sexually active, you need to look into a reliable form of birth control. Talk to your OB-GYN or your local family planning clinic about your options.
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