So I had protected sex with my partner on Saturday and Sunday. My partner had a condom for both times. However, during the second time, his condom broke and he cummed in me. We went to go by a plan B pill and I took it within an hour and a half from having sex (this only applied to the second day). Since I was concerned, I decided to walk in to a health center and start on birth control pills the day after the second day of sex. I understand that I still have to potential of getting pregnant, but will my chances of being pregnant be lowered because I took the plan b pill and started on the birth control pills? I am planning on not having sex any time soon to see if I am pregnant. Please feel free to respond to this discussion with information/advice.
Plan B Pill & Pregnancy?
- 9 Jun 2015 by jc21
- 17 Jun 2015
- plan b, emergency contraception, pregnancy, sex, condom, pill
Added 9 Jun 2015:
Also, I had sex basically on the last day of my period/the end of my period. This is another additional thing that I didn't mention in my question before.
Thanks for reading this!
There's a pretty good chance you're safe since you had sex when you did, you took the morning after pill so fast after the condom broke, the sooner you take it the better. Just keep taking your pill correctly. When you get to the placebo you should have your period. With the pill if you take it correctly you have less then a 1% chance of pregnancy.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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