On Oct 2 me and my girlfriend (we are both 18) were in my room having foreplay and oral sex. But later we decided to have intercourse ( unprotected ), After like 30 seconds of intercourse i thought it was a really bad idea and pull out. I didn't *** inside but i know that it is is possible that she could still get pregnant. after 30 mins we both got really worried and bought a plan b ( she took it 30 mins right after ). As of today she still haven't had her period and its been 2 weeks already, she was suppose to get it somewhere around October 8 - 12 but the date is October 15, she keeps on telling me that she has a stuffy noose and soar throat for the past few days. I'm extremely worried. What do i do if she doesn't have her period? Is there another method that could make her not pregnant anymore? Please help. I've made a terrible mistake and will never do it again! Message me asap
Plan B One-Step - Immediate help please!?
- 15 Oct 2015 by Kr0pe
- 15 Oct 2015
- plan b, sex, plan b one-step, girlfriend, oral
Added 15 Oct 2015:
If she does miss her period after the 19th, what do you think i should do? Is there another pill she can take that will stop the process of developing the baby? and i think that she took the pill that day but puked a few days afterwards, but i'm sure that the pill was already digested. Someone please help, i'm worried to death.
If the pill wasn't digested by a few days later, your GF has serious digestive issues! As long as she didn't vomit within the hour she took the Plan B, she will digest it.
There's nothing you can do to stop any pregnancy that has occurred by now, other than an abortion.
Plan B is likely to make her period late by a couple of weeks. Very normal.
Sore throat & stuffy nose (or noose)? Olbas Oil? Vicks? (Cut her down?)
Sorry, was too easy to resist.
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