We used a condom, but I noticed that it had slipped partially off when he pulled it out, he didn’t come inside of me, but in the condom. After sex we examined the condom and concluded that there were no holes or tears, but I took Plan B about an hour after we had sex just to be sure. What are the chances that I’m pregnant?
Plan B - One Step - My boyfriend and I had sex 4 days before I was supposed to start ovulation.
- 28 Oct 2018 by 1234567890123456
- 29 October 2018
- plan b, emergency contraception, postcoital contraception, sex, ovulation, condom
Added 29 Oct 2018:
I just need to know what my chances are! Thanks in advance!
Your boyfriend should be holding the base of the condom on his penis as he withdraws. It's worth doing an Internet search on Correct Condom Use. There are things you can learn to avoid such worry.
Apps & websites are just a guide as to when you'll ovulate. Whether or not you end up pregnant depends on if some sperm (including pre-cum) came into contact with your cervical mucus, whether or not Plan B worked for you, & if it did not work, it also depends on whether you managed to conceive. Not everyone will conceive, every time they are fertile, even when trying for a baby.
Being so close to ovulation, it's better to have used the other emergency pill called Ella (Ulipristal Acetate).
Plan B works by delaying your ovulation until the sperm leaves your body. It can take up to a week for the sperm to leave your body, in fertile cervical mucus.
Plan B is not as reliable as regular hormonal birth control, it's simply worth a try in an emergency. Some think Plan B works in other ways, but the Manufacturer does not claim that. They say it's possible, but don't say it does, as it has not been proven.
Hopefully the Plan B had enough time to delay your ovulation.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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