This happen September 5th and I am suppose to get my period on September 11th. It's been 5 days but I still haven't had my period. He ejaculated on my Chest but it ran down my inner thigh. I was almost positive none touched my vagina but I too plan b one step just to be sure. Do you think Im pregnant?
It is very very doubtful that you got pregnant with this exposure. Plan b is a huge blast of hormones and it often delays your cycle. We get soooo many questions from girls who have taken this medication and then experiences a delayed period and become frantic. It will give you pregnancy like symptoms to boot-breast tenderness, bloating, cramping, nausea etc. Your cycle will likely return to normal in the next month or two. I seriously doubt that you have anything to worry about. I do want to tell you that if you are becoming this intimate with your partner, at some time you are going to want to have intercourse. You should probably look into getting on a regular reliable form of birth control. Birth control pills, NuvaRing, and other hormonal birth control methods are around 98-99.9% effective when taken correctly. Plan b is only 80% effective and this is only on the first time you take it or using it infrequently. If a woman uses Plan b more than a few times a year, it can become less effective the more often it is used especially if it is used more than one time in a single month. Do yourself a favor and get on the Pill now before you decide to have intercourse that way you will be protected when the time comes. You can either see a gynecologist or you can go to a family planning clinic if you dont have your own insurance or if you are a student under your parents insurance and you dont want your parents to know. I dont know how old you are but if you are still in high school or college, you should talk to your mother or other adult woman you trust about getting on some kind of contraception but if you truly feel that you dont want to tell anyone, at least get yourself to a family planning clinic.
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