On October 29,2016 @4 am I let a guy stick the tip of his penis in my vagina and he had precum and tried to go in my vagina further (I am a virgin). He urinated before this happened and had been consuming alcohol. It was annunprotect encounter(no condom). He only stuck in about three inches. I was scared and purchased and took a plan b at 2 or 3 that afternoon. I got my period on 11-6 about a week after taking the pill. I'm not sure if it was the pill, or my period ( my scheduled period was due on 11-10) my period was through on 11-11. I hope it was not implantation bleeding. Could someone help me because I really don't want to be pregnant and are there any STD risk, he didn't feel like he had any bumps on his genitals ,it was dark so I couldn't see. Any pregnancy risk , did the pill work , any STD risks?
Yes, you can get pregnant & STDs from him putting the tip of his penis inside you. From that small act, you have exposed yourself to not just a baby, but anything from Chlamydia to HIV & a baby that could catch such a disease. I would suggest getting yourself checked out at a clinic as soon as possible. If you catch these things early, it can save a lot of trouble.
From the dates that you've given, it's likely you were fertile (ovulating) when you had unprotected sex, & therefore if you were, Plan B does not offer you any protection. You needed a different method of emergency contraception. All you can do, now, is to do a pregnancy test. You will be able to know now that the original date of your period has passed.
Plan B is a huge dose of hormone, & can mess up your menstrual cycle for weeks, so don't be surprised if that happens. You can also get other hormonal symptoms, such as those you'd get with a period or pregnancy. until your hormones re-balance themselves.
Many STDs don't show any obvious symptoms, & can lay dormant for a long time. You need to get checked out, rather than take his word that he's clear.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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