Me and my partner had unprotected sex on the 6th of this month. The very next morning, about 8 hours after, I took plan B, but we had more sex the following three days, and he ejaculated inside me on all three days. I did not take plan B again. Later on the 12th, he ejaculated inside me again. Today, the 15th, I got my period, but its different in color (dark brown) and its one week early as well. Im not on birth control currently, and we both know fully well what the consequences of our actions could result in. Im just curious, is it possible for me to be pregnant after all of that?
Of course you can, its the "morning AFTER pill". Ferility returns rapidly after taking it. Don't worry about the way your period is, plan b messes with your cycle. Bleeding isnt' a sign of a healthy pregnancy. Plan B isn't meant just because you have unprotected sex. Get on birth control pills, they are far more effective and they don't mess with your body as badly. I am so glad you realize the consequences. I would just like for you to have a safer more reliable means of birth control.
What happened? Were you okay?
I took emergency pills,after one hour l had in protected sex with my partner could l get pregnant,please enlight me about that
I have a similar question to that. So me an my boyfriend had sex an he ejaculated inside of me. Then I took the pill like 2 hours later then we had sex again an again he ejaculated in me. Mind you this wasn’t protected sex. Could I still get pregnant or no cause it was that same night?
I had sex on 26th may. I took plan b on 28th may. I again had sex on 3rd June. I got my periods on 5th June but I have still not gotten my second period. Is there a possibility that I might be pregnant?
Yes you could get pregnant. The Manufacturer advises that you are not covered for any sex you have once you've taken Plan B.
Your symptoms may well be due to Plan B, as it's a huge dose of artificial hormone for your body to deal with. That doesn't tell you whether or not you have conceived in the meantime, though.
Also, some women have what they think are periods during pregnancy, especially in the early months.
If you are not pregnant, you won't know when you are ovulating or due a period, for a couple of months. Your cycle could be irregular. You can get bleeding but it may not be a true period (releasing the lining of the womb after ovulation). What I'm saying is, don't rely on thinking you are not ovulating, & have unprotected sex, because you may find you ovulate at an irregular point.
Its also worth mentioning that Plan B works by delaying your ovulation until the sperm leaves your body. Some think it works in other ways, but the Manufacturer does not claim that. They say it's possible, but don't go as far as to say it definitely does, because it has not been proven in tests.
In that situation, you'd be better to opt for one of the other methods of emergency contraception.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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