Me and my boyfriend had sex about a month ago. We used a condom and he did not ejecútate but as his penis slipped out, so did the condom. Slipped out outside and he says away from my vagina. Nerves got to me and took plan b. I was spotting a week after that pill, im sure it was the pill effects since I had already gotten my period that month. A week or so later, we were fooling around and he fingered me and might have touched his penis at one point and nerves got to me again that semen could have been on his fingers then got in me. So I took plan b again. As the other pill, I was spotting a week later again. In total was 3 “periods” in a month. It has now been one month going on to two that I have not gotten my period. Could It be the two back to back plan b pills or could I possibly be pregnant.
Yes. You could be pregnant if fingers touched his pre-cum or ejaculatory fluid & then your vaginal area. It just needs to make contact with your cervical mucus to swim up inside it.
It's not common to get pregnant this way, but possible.
It's worth noting that despite the stories, you can get pregnant from pre-cum, even if he urinated before hand. A recent study by Human Fertility, showed that.
You may also catch a sexually transmitted disease in this way. Some of those can be carried by virgins, & some without symptoms for some time. If you haven't both been tested, I suggest you arrange that.
If you are pregnant, you have exposed your baby to any STD.
Plan B is not as effective as regular hormonal birth control. It's simply worth a try in an emergency. Might help.
Relying on it as contraception is a good way to end up as a mother.
Plan B is a huge dose of artificial hormone for your body to deal with. It's meant for total emergencies, & certainly not meant to be used that frequently. That is most likely the cause of your irregular bleeding. 1 dose can cause you any hormonal symptoms that you'd get with a period or pregnancy, for example, & they may be exaggerated, but 2 doses could mess your menstrual cycle up for months, & cause you lots of unpleasant hormonal symptoms.
Plan B works by delaying your ovulation until the sperm leaves your body. If you're already ovulating then it may not be able to help you. It would not be the right type of emergency contraception in the situation where you are fertile.
Some think it 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.
You can see that wording on their website.
I don't know where you were in your menstrual cycle the first time you used Plan B, but if it delayed your ovulation, it means you could have been fertile when you used Plan B the second time, for example.
It is possible to be pregnant despite bleeding. Many women have what they think are periods during pregnancy; especially during the first few months.
It's also possible to bleed from Plan B, yet be pregnant. We see that.
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