Had my last period July 28, (frst day) I had sex August 7th.. Condom broke & everything got inside of me. I took plan b one step 30/40 mins after it happened. I got a brownish discharge 9 days later and then it was like a normal period. My expected period was August 25th , but it didn't come. Was that my period of should i worry because i missed my expected one? I know that plan b makes it come early or later. Did it work? Also i don't feel any pain or anything as in pregnancy symptoms
It sounds like you responded normally to Plan b. Your story is pretty typical. It will often bring bleeding/spotting about a week or so after the dose then typically delays the next period. Your cycle should regulate back out in the next cycle or two. Have you thought of just getting on oral contraceptives? Oral contraceptives are about 98-99.9% effective when taken correctly. Plan b is only about 80% effective ( effectiveness rates decline the more often it is taken) Condoms are about 85-95% effective when used correctly but if a man is rough putting it on, or if it breaks, or penetration occurs before using the condom, the rate goes down significantly. This means 30 women out of 100 will get pregnant within a years use of condoms. Birth control pills are about 1 out of 100 women in a years use will become pregnant. You can see the odds for yourself.
I had sex w this guy on a drunk night he came inside of me like fully I took plan b and still got pregnant... I didn't know the guy so I terminated the pregnancy but especially if it's like the first day of your ovulation witch mine was the chances are really high I took my pill the next morning maybe 12 hrs later. But I've had sex and pulled out and nothing happened. But when a guy goes in u and your ovulation is high plan b wasn't effective.
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