I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend, although he did not ejaculate inside me I took the Morning afterpill just in case About a week later I got my period which was earlier than usual; I have a calendar were I keep track of my period and it helps me calculate the days I may be fertile, I know its an approximation and its not exact but it said that right after my period ended I was already fertile again. I had learned in highschool that after you get your period the next 2 to 3 days you arent so My question is If after taking the morning after pill and then having your period are you fertile literally the next day? If Ihad sex the day my period stoped can I get pregnant? Im asking this because latley ive been feeling really tired and just wierd, maybe its all in my head but Im just worried... (this all happend like 3 weeks ago). Ive also been going through lots of stress and crying maybe Im tired because of that..
There is no way to tell when you are ovulating unless you chart and track basal temp and cervical mucus for years. Using the calendar method is very inaccurate and risky. Emergency contraception is designed to delay ovulation but fertility returns quickly. Some women will have a bleed about a week or so after taking the EC. Any time you have sex, you have about a 25% chance of pregnancy. If you time it right pregnancy will occur. If you want to be safe you need to get on the Pill or some other form of reliable birth control. EC's are not birth control and should not be used as birth control! They only raise chances to avoid pregnancy slightly. They are about 80% effective where the Pill is 98-99.9% effective.
It should not even estimate you would be fertile right after your period. The approximation is 14 days before your next period. Now, you can get pregnant any time you have unprotected sex, and there is no reason for you take these chances in this day and age. You had a period after sex and the morning after pill didn't you? The day after your period starts is usually a low fertility chance, but you can't really count on that if its important to you not to get pregnant. Oh, and forget counting being safe if he doesn't ejaculate. Men excrete sperm before ejaculation.
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