Okay so i recently started taking birth control for the very first time i took my first pill friday april 8 ,2016 at 9:35 pm and took it every day at the same time for a week and on a week after, so on friday april 15,2016 i had sex that morning at around 10 am, thinking i was protected but i called planned parenthood and they informed me that I wasn't protected until Saturday april 16,2016 so i went in and got a plan b pill and the doctor told me to continue taking my pill everyday at the same time but that now i would have to wait another week to be protected again so by saturday april 23,2016 i would be protected . Today is not sunday april 24,2016 and i just had sex about an hour ago, and my boyfriend cummed in me . Am I protected?
Hi, anndreeeeaa; from the way I am reading your post and what the doctor has said to you yes you would have been covered. And from the time you took the morning after pill remember if ever in dought the sooner you take it the better from the time you think you might have had unprotected sex or make your boyfriend by a box of condoms for the days you are not sure of.And don't give in if he claims he can't wear them and as soon as he comes you must make sure he pulls himself out. But you should be good to go if you still have any dought call the clinic again. But from what you are saying what the doctor told you.It would be you were protected and don't worry you are if you have not already gone to have many changes in your body with the strong morning after pill. Like hormone problems moody,cramps bleeding like a regular period but sometimes it looks nasty like a brownish red color and thick. this if it does happen is not your regular period and the first month you can plan on your period being late not to worry this is normal. it really causes lots of problems with the woman's body.
And remember to always take your birth control pill at the same time each day or night and don't miss any tablets it is very important that you take your pill as close to the same time every day.So that you keep a blood level.Some pills as much as an hour or so late and you can have problems with cramping and bleeding or get pregnant Hope this helps you Chuck1957
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