i had unprotected sex yet the male didnt go all the way there, then two weeks later i did it again, and just recently a week ago. i have been feeling a little tired at times but now one of my boobs are starting to get bigger and yet sensitive i have been bleeding all the times while doing it until now as of today after my boob has been hurting is it possible i can be pregnant? Please help im scared
Hi, Cassandra! Welcome to the site. I doubt that you are pregnant. The Implanon should be preventing pregnancy. Your partner pulling out before ejaculation is not necessary. It does little to nothing to prevent pregnancy since men secrete hundreds of sperm all throughout the sex act not just during ejaculation and this pre-ejaculation fluid is beyond their knowledge or control. Granted, the majority are secreted during ejaculation but it only takes one and this is why pulling out, or the withdrawal method, is useless for birth control. You are protected against pregnancy by the Implanon and pulling out is just not necessary and adds no contraceptive benefit. You are instructed to use condoms while on hormonal contraceptives to protect against STDs, not to add to contraception or preventing pregnancy. This being said, you need to see your OB-GYN to see what is going on with your breast. There are many reasons that a womans breasts can show changes like you describe. That, along with the bleeding with intercourse (sex) needs to be evaluated by a Dr. It could just be due to hormonal changes but you need to be sure that is all it is. It is very doubtful that it is because you are pregnant. Dont be scared. It is possible that perhaps you have a cyst or an infection in that breast. When a woman get pregnant, breast sensitivity can be a symptoms but it is usually both breasts. Just make an appt with your OB-GYN and let him/her know what has been happening.
- Implanon Information for Consumers
- Implanon Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Implanon (detailed)
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