I'm young and i know I shouldn't be having sex but this was my second time. He was protected but the condom broke while it was full of cum. It was in there broken for about 5 minutes. When we realized I quickly got in shower and washed my privates. Btw I was high during this time. My last period was june 28th and we had sex aug 7th.. This was my 11th day i was in my low fertile days and ovulation should occur like a day or two after... I have a reg 26-28 cycle. I took PLAN B ONE STEP 30-40 minutes after we realized it broke. Am I pregnant? How long should I wait to take a test. I'm young an can't afford to have a baby. I know that the sooner I take it the better if works. Tell me what you know about PLAN B ONE STEP. And should I be stressing so much
I am assuming you mean your last period was on 28th July.
If you took Plan B One Step 30 to 40 mins after the incident, you should be protected. However, just remember that no contraceptive (even emergency contraceptive pill) is not a 100%, so if your period is any later or light, etc. then please have a pregnancy test done around the time your next period is due.
Plan B is 80% effective. If you're going to have sex, the regular birth control pill is 99% effective if taking correctly. Plan B is a large dose of hormones, and can make your period late and give you the same symptoms as being pregnant. Plan B prevents ovulation, it does not cause you to loose a pregnancy. Looking for spotting means nothing. The only 100% birth control is to not have sex. If you are so young, and of course worry about a pregnancy, you might want to rethink having sex until you are a little older.
Plan B is 80% effective - just think about that: out of 10 women that use it, 2 will get pregnant. That's better than nothing, but the only thing that is 100% effective is not having sex. Next to that, birth control pill is 99% effective. So please, plan ahead if you don't want to have that baby just yet. And Plan B is very hard on your body - it is a big rush of hormones that can interfere with your cycle for awhile - which - guess what? Can lead to you not knowing when you will ovulate and when to expect your period - which makes you worry even more. Please - plan ahead. - EJ23
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