I began sex with my bf and he inserted his penis in my vagina for less than 5 seconds before I realized that he did not have a condom on. We stopped immediately & I took Plan B the SAME NIGHT. No sperm or fluid was visibly present. And he didn't ejacualte inside me. I was supposed to ovulate the next day. Which puts me at risk for actually ovulating the same day this occurred. Since I took plan b well in the suggested time window, are my chances for pregnancy still high? No judgment plz.
Plan B would be useless if you were already at the point of ovulation. You'd need another pill, called Ulipristal Acetate, or to have an IUD fitted by a doctor. Either of those methods can be used within 5 days/120 hours of the unprotected sex.
If you are relying on an app to tell you that you are fertile/ovulating, rather than monitoring your body's signs yourself, then it is only a guide & cannot be relied upon.
Plan B works by delaying your ovulation until any sperm or pre-ejaculatory fluid (pre-cum) has left your vagina. If you were due to ovulate around about that time, then it's touch & go as to whether the Plan B would have had enough time to delay it. Definitely not the correct method of emergency contraception at that time of the month.
Even at the right time of the month to use Plan B, it is not as reliable as regular hormonal contraception.
You say your bf had not produced any pre-ejaculatory fluid (pre-cum). If that is the case then you may be ok. If he had done, however, then there is definitely a chance of pregnancy. He does not need to ejaculate inside of you.
In this same respect, you may want to get checked out for STDs, as he does not have to be showing symptoms in order to have an STD, & neither do you. Infections can be transmitted, even by virgins.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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