Me and my boyfriend use the pull out method and one day he pulled out a little late, so I took plan b. I got my period one week later. About 3 weeks after that we had unprotected sex again and he actually ejaculated inside of me. So, I took plan b about 6 hours later. That was on Aug 9th. My period was due on Aug 17th. It is Sept 11 and I still haven't had a period. I have no pregnancy symptoms or even period symptoms and I feel fine. I'm just extremely worried. Please help.
I took plan b twice in one month. My period is 3 weeks late. Could I be pregnant?
Question posted by reneerebel on 11 Sep 2014
Last updated on 17 April 2017
I'm 2 weeks late on my period and I was just wondering if you ended up getting yours? I'm so scared
I just want to scream when girls talk about using withdrawal as a birth control method! This does NOT work! It offers absolutely NO protection against pregnancy what so ever! NONE! Men leak small amounts of microscopic sperm all through the sex act. If he has penetrated with a naked penis (no condom) you have been exposed to sperm! Men cannot feel this leakage and they certainly cant control it. Granted, the majority of sperm are released during ejaculation but remember, it only takes one to get the job done and thousands can leak out before ejaculation! Please, please do NOT rely on pulling out as a form of birth control. You will be pregnant very soon if you continue! As far as whether or not you are pregnant, it is hard to know without performing a pregnancy test. many women do NOT have "pregnancy symptoms" and symptoms often dont come on until a woman is several weeks/months pregnant.
Get yourself a home pregnancy test and use the very first void (pee) in the morning since this will have the most concentration of the hormone the test looks for. If it is negative, it is most likely the Plan b screwing up your cycle. Plan b is pretty notorious for doing this. It is a huge blast of hormones. Do yourself a BIG favor and see a gynecologist or your local family planning clinic and get yourself on routine birth control if you are going to be sexually active. Routine birth control pills are up to 99.9% effective when taken correctly so a less than 1% chance of pregnancy. Plan b has a failure rate of 5-30%! It just makes so much more sense to use routine birth control and it is easily available to you in this day and age. Dont take a chance on ruining your life!
You know you should not be having unprotected sex. Pulling out is no birth control method at all. Your cycle is probably just really screwed up because you aren't supposed to take plan B like that. It will often delay periods with one dose and you took two.
- Plan B uses and safety info
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