... took plan b
Plan B One-Step - I had sex & the condom broke he cummed inside of me , probably 10-15 mins after I?
Added 3 Jan 2016:
I came off my period 2 days before it happened. I'm not sure if I was ovulating when it happened , should I be worried that the pill might not work because of that ?
Added 3 Jan 2016:
I took it on Dec31 today is Jan3 I've been eating junk food like crazy since then
Hey ally1002 don't worry you'll be fine, stop stressing. Eating junk food isn't gonna make you pregnant or a pregnancy symptoms and plus it's the holidays enjoy the junk food just make sure you keep up with your New Years resolution but anyways don't think about it you'll be fine
How long was your period?
Most women ovulate close to Day 14 of their cycle, but not all women, so it can only be used as a guide.
Day 1 of your cycle is the first day of your period.
The mucus in the vagina changes in order to preserve sperm, up to 7 days before the ovulation date. That means that sex you have 7 days before you ovulate, could result in pregnancy.
Hopefully the Plan B will have been taken in time to postpone ovulation, until the sperm is out of your system.
If taken within 12 hours of the unprotected sex, Plan B is thought to be around 90% reliable at preventing pregnancy. This is based on it being able to prevent ovulation, though.
The craving of junk food is very likely connected to you taking the Plan B. The hormone in Plan B is similar to that which would be more present in your body if you were pregnant, & so it can induce lots of hormonal symptoms over the next couple of weeks. You could get lots of signs, some of which could be cravings, nausea, fatigue, cramps, bleeding, spotting, sore breasts, backache etc etc
It is likely that although you 'might' get some bleeding in the next week or so (it doesn't matter if you don't), that your actual period might come a little late. This is very common with Plan B, but you can take a pregnancy test to put your mind at rest, if you don't get it on time.
WRT the condom breaking:
Always nip the end of the condom closed (a couple of cms if it doesn't have a teat) whilst rolling it onto his penis. This prevents air getting trapped inside it, & it bursting during intercourse.
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