Make a long story short, I am a college student who has VERY strict religious parents.they don't believe in birth control. They don't even know i am having sex, they think I'm a virgin. Anyway! I met this guy we talked for months, things were great, we has sex, unprotected. He didn't ejaculate till waaayy after he had pulled out. I later on that night found out he had a fiancee, Being smart I went to health center I got plan b the next day. My period came, as normal since then. About 3-4 later, I met another guy, we hit off, about two weeks later we had sex, the condom popped, no ejaculation in it. Then had sex again, he pulled out and came on my abdomen. That took place on a friday night/Saturday morning, I took plan b but I took it that Tuesday at 1-2pm, my period should be coming anytime now, I always have irregular flows. But I'm scared.the guy doesn't even talk to me anymore, he ignores me! I'm terrified. Could I be pregnant or could it just be from taking plan b twice so close within each other???
Plan be often makes your next period late by up to a week, & can also make it lighter or even much heavier than normal.
Plan B is a big thing for your body to have to deal with, as it takes a large amount of hormone each time. Taking 2 lots close together, can really mess your body up for a few weeks. I've been there!
In both cases you have come into contact with any sexually transmitted diseases that either man may have carried, whether he came inside you or not.
There is also the risk, that you could have passed something from your first parter (who may have passed it to you) on to your second partner, without knowing, as some STDs don't show symptoms for some time.
It can be a really risky business, because you need to know that the first guy's fiance wasn't carrying something, that perhaps even HE didn't know about, & also ask yourself if you were the only girl he had sex with behind his fiance's back? He could have picked something up from someone else.
Pregnancy is the obvious thing that people tend to think about with unprotected sex, but STDs are more common than you think, & it's a huge chance to take with your life (in some cases), for those few moments of pleasure. It really can be that easy to contract a life threatening illness, so get checked out & don't let anyone have the opportunity to infect you, in future. You owe it to yourself!
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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