She got her period on the 15th the last two months but she an irregular period because she is very active. I withdrew before finishing because we only went for a few seconds. She took plan B 40 hours later. Wondering what are her chances of getting pregnant?
Plan B is said to be around 90% effective if taken within the first 12 hours after unprotected sex. It then gets gradually less effective, until, at the latest point it can be taken (72 hours) it is round 75% effective.
A new study by Human Fertility has shown that sperm can be present in pre-cum/pre-ejaculate regardless of whether or not the male has urinated since his last ejaculation.
Ygmd22; Lous; is always the best on these,But you guys just have to be more careful it takes only a millisecond to make your friend pregnant you don't have to cum/in her or anything even getting close to her without a condom can cause what you are not ready for and the faster she takes the plan B from unprotected sex the better the chance of having no worries but you don't want to use that as a birth control. get some condoms to have on hand if she is not on the pill.But she well knows shortly after taking plan B because it really screws up the hormones, In many ways gets upset easy,not feeling well etc.Sometimes she well gets a type of period that is really not her normal period and it could be kind of thick and more a brownish color cramping and her regular period can come at anytime most are late.but sometimes after the plan B it can screw up a womans normal cycle for a month or two.keep checking with her and you guys have to figure out what you are going to use as a real birth control you don't want her to go through all of this that can be very uncomfortable for the woman each time. Condoms are cheap and very effective as long as you put them on right and withdrawal as soon as you have Ejaculated so the condom does not fall off of you.Taking these strong hormones is not the answer for a birth control. hope all goes well
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