I had a drunken one night stand on dec 9th. We had sex on the early morning of dec 10th (around 3:45 in the morning).. we started with a condom but i unknowingly didn’t realize that the condom fell off and he decided not to put another one on. I asked him about it late on Sunday evening and he told me that we started with protection but didn’t finish with protection but he pulled out. I was horrified as I am not on birth control. On Monday morning at around 9:30 I took plan b. So it was approximately 29 hours after intercource. I am suppose to start my period on Sunday which is December 17th. Last week though December 7-9th my boobs were getting tender which is always a sign of my period coming. And this week I have had a really bad lower back which is always another sign for me and cramping in my belly as well. My discharge is a clear/milky white color with no elasticity at all. I’m also not getting much discharge as well but it feels like I’m starting my period but no blood. I have googled and some stories are just not enjoyable to read and it really makes you worry. If my period tracker app is correct I missed my fertility window as I was the most fertile the last week of November going into the first week of December. Also this was my first time in 11 months having sex. I am writing here I. Hopes to help ease my mind. I hope I’m overreacting and I’ll get my period on Sunday but I’m still a very nervous person about this and I’m really praying that Plan B will work for me. What do you think??
If your periods are regular, then you will have been past your fertile time of the month, so don't have to worry about pregnancy.
However, you should get checked out for sexually transmitted diseases, as either of you can carry them, often without symptoms, & even if you were virgins.
Your period is likely to be late, now you've taken Plan B, but not always. It can make your cycle irregular, so don't rely on your fertility calculator for the next couple of months, minimum. Your bleeding & ovulations could be irregular.
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