This is gonna sound weird but I had sex for the first time on the 15th of April and I was drunk and I asked him could he pull out and being a slightly drunk horny teen he of course said yes we were at a little get together so he pulled out to come a few times but nothing so he put it back in anyways cut to the part where all his friends burst into the room and we both get surprised and fall away from eachother because of this surprise he doesn't know if he came in me or not I went to the toilet after and there was a little blood the first time I wiped I was hoping that was because it was my first time? The next day I got the morning afte pill and took it about 15 hours after the incident my last period was on the 19th of March and lasted roughly 5 days its now the 5th of may and nothing? I've had no spotting vaginal bleeding of any sort I've had lower abdominal pains and pelvic pains also some wind and just lately in the past day my nipples are a little tender I read the morning after pill leaflet of side effects and these are all on it as possible side effects but still no blood I'm only 15 and I can't have a baby please tell me what it sounds like to you
Pregnancy -I took the morning after pill 20 days ago and still no sign of my period HELP PLEASE?
Question posted by Lauren123321 on 5 May 2017
Last updated on 7 May 2017
Plan B is not as reliable as regular hormonal birth control. It simply may be better than nothing in an emergency situation when contraception has failed.
I deal with many women on here for whom emergency contraception has not worked.
Your symptoms could be due to the artificial hormone in Plan B, or they could be due to pregnancy. You'll need to do a pregnancy test to know.
You are also at risk of having a sexually transmitted disease. He could have one without knowing & without symptoms. Even if he was a virgin, there are STDs he could carry.
I'd suggest getting tested for STDs in a few months time, as well as doing a pregnancy test, now.
It's worth noting that a recent study/experiment done by a group called Human Fertility, showed that men who have sperm in their pre-ejaculate/pre-cum, always have it there, whether urinating before intercourse, or not. This means that they may not have to ejaculate/cum, in order to make you pregnant.
The blood you experienced is most likely to his penis breaking your hymen (the piece of skin that partially covers the entrance to your vagina, until you lose your virginity).
You've taken huge risks of pregnancy & disease with your body.
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