Me and my partner had sex on the sixth day of my period we were using condom and he did not finish inside me and pulled out before cumming, it slid off but he came outside and there was no semen inside , but I still took plan-b just to calm myself down after five days i bled for three days , after that incident I had protected intercourse three times and he never came inside me however the condom slipped in the same way once again but before he came so no semen went inside , still my period is late ten days I have done two pregnancy tests and both are negative
The dates are too vague to give you accurate advice.
Plan B can possibly prevent pregnancy if used within 3 days/72 hours of unprotected sex. If you're saying that you took it after 5 days, then it won't help. If you don't become pregnant, then it's because you were never fertile to begin with.
I don't know when you had the second mishap, but you would not have been covered by the Plan B. Therefore there is a chance you may become pregnant. From what you've said, it may be too early to pick that up on a pregnancy test.
You seriously need to do an internet search on the correct use of condoms, as you shouldn't have this many accidents with them, in such a short space of time.
There are ways to prevent the majority of them from happening, such as holding the condom on his penis when he withdraws, to prevent it slipping off.
Plan B can mess up your menstrual cycle for a month or two, so it is not unusual to get irregular bleeding or even no bleeding. It's just a case of waiting for all the artificial hormone to leave you body, so it can get back to normal. That's if you're not pregnant, of course.
You will also have been open to contracting any sexually transmitted disease or infection that your partner may have (even if no symptoms for either of you), so you may want to get tested.
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