So me and my gf had sex and the condom slipped about 1/4 of an inch after I came... I kept going for a couple seconds before it slipped.. After we had sex I noticed there was a whitish liquid on her thigh but i couldn't tell if it was from me or her. I got a little scared and bought the plan b pull which she took within 14 hours. About 6 hours after she took the pill we were kissing and she told me she got wet and went to the bathroom to clean up.. She came back telling me that there was a thick white fluid that she thought was cum.. I thought nothing of it until I did some reasearch and turns out that is one of the symptoms of pregnancy... Come 24 hours she tells me she is cramping bad but not too severe.. But no spotting and no period. Right now is about a week before her period is supposed to start so I thought maybe she was starting early. I just want answers and to stop worrying.. Thanks people.. God bless.
Plan B has ALL kinds of side effects, some which can mimic pregnancy, like moodiness, feeling sick, bloating, etc. That is just the high dose of hormones from the Plan B. I really doubt your gf is preg but you won't know for sure until after her period is due and she takes tests to confirm it. I REALLY suggest she get the birth control implant if she isn't planning on getting pregnant in the next 2-3 yrs or even the shot, which doesn't require a daily pill. I've personally known many people who have used both the shot or implant and it worked wonderfully for them. The pill is the other way to go of course. I wouldn't suggest an IUD because I've know people and also had experience with it causing a lot of discomfort and if you wish for your gf to want to have sex you won't want her cervix uncomfortable lol. Good luck and wait it out sir :) If she does end up pregnant then congrats :)
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