My nuvaring fell out during unprotected sex the Saturday night before I was supposed to change it. I put it back in when I woke up and realized it had been out and kept it in until that night when I was supposed to take it out. I took plan b that morning also. Then during my period I put a new ring in. (I do the Sunday start day) But I did it on my usual start day instead of when it fell out. The Thursday after that I had sex and the condom broke. I'm very paranoid that I could have gotten pregnant but I don't really have any symptoms other than mild cramping which is kind of usual for me with the ring. I'm supposed to start my period in a week and I'm wondering if it's too early to take a test.
You're safe. I don't know why you thought plan B was an improvement. Its certainly not magic. All it does is delay ovulation and when you have the ring you don't ovulate. Yes its too early to test, you're ok. And you don't need to worry about a condom breaking because you don't need a condom for protection from pregnancy when you're on the ring. If you don't get a period next week then you can test. There is hardly ever a time you'll need plan B if you use the ring correctly. If your ring falls out a day early again, put a new one in, and leave it in. This will make you skip your period but its perfectly ok. It will change the day you take it out and put one back tho.
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