So can i still get pregnant if i took plan b one step... me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex and he claims he didnt come inside me but either way i went to go buy planb that same night... can i still get pregnant if he came inside amd he doesnt relaized it?when i took plan b that night the day after amd during the week i got a few headaches and was tired and a little nauesa can i still get pregnant?? Help please im worried
The morning after pill (emergency contraceptive pill) is a safe and effective way to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. It will be most effective if taken as soon as possible after unprotected sex. Within 24 hours is best, but it can prevent pregnancy if taken up to 120 hours (5 days) after sex. Side effects are usually short-term and mild. Some women feel sick and it helps to take the pill with food. Anti-nausea tablets are available on prescription if needed. Some women experience a change in bleeding pattern and this is in response to hormone fluctuations. Your next period may come at the normal time, but it may be early or late and it could be heavier than usual. All scenarios are normal.
If you don’t get your next period, or it is very light, you should have a pregnancy test.
It may be a good time to consider reliable birth control options.
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If you take it within 72 hours its pretty effective. If will mess up your cycle for a few months and give you symptoms like pregnancy. I'm glad you realize you canstill get pregnant, and no matter if he comes in you or not, he still deposits sperm in you. This is not a method of birth control but a myth perpetuated by horny boys. If you're smart you'll get yourself on a reliable birth control. You really shouldn't use plan b more the 2 times a year.its meant as emergency contraception.
It is best to take it as soon as possible because it wont terminate a pregnancy already in progress. Usually if you take it within 36 hours of an unprotected sexual episode it will prevent pregnancy. It is still possible to get pregnant. No birth control or emergency contraception is 100% effective. Pregnancy can still happen. More than likely you will be fine. Try not to freak out too much and be aware that plan b will mess up you cycle for a few months. You may miss your next period and possibly miss more than one period. It may give you symptoms similar to pregnancy-nausea, breast tenderness, cramping etc. It is too soon to have pregnancy symptoms yet. Withdrawing the penis before ejaculation does little to nothing to prevent pregnancy. Men secrete sperm all through the sex act. They cannot feel it or control it but it happens even if they pull out before they ejaculate, some sperm is released.
Yes there is a possibiltiy of getting pregnant! i did i thought it would never happen to me i am now 6 weeks pregnant!
Me and my partner had sex April 3 and I took the pill April 6 and I still having stythoms and I feel nausea and idk wat to do can I be pregnant??
So did you get pregnant? Because I did the same as you and I am freaking out!!!
I slept with my gf on the 22 of august without using condom... Since then i have been so afraid that she might get pregnant, according to what she said; she said she took two pills of postinor the day we have sex and d next day...
Please can she get pregnant, important so afraid... I don't want her to get pregnant now...
I had sex last night with my boyfriend. Unprotected and he came inside me. The thing of the matter is this... I just started a new birth control this week I'm 4 days in and I am on antibiotics. My period just ended last Wednesday. Do you think I could get pregnant?
This is a bit late but I wanted to share my experience.
In 2013 i had unprotected sex and the next day i took a morning after pill. It was probably 10 hours after the deed. I ended up pregnant with my son even though I took the pill.
Do NOT rely on these things. Get on birth control or use condoms. Use both if you have to.
Hi, I had sex with this guy about a week ago, he claimed he pulled out but I took a plan b pill the day after the act. Can I still get pregnant. I'm SUPER WORRIED...
Me too, me and my boyfriend had sex on the last day of my period and I took the plan b that night, I'm over a week on my period this month and I'm kinda hoping that the pill didn't work, I kind of regret taking it. Is there any chance I could still be pregnant? Or is this a period mixup?
Yes, you can always get pregnant. Nothing can truly stop it because nothing is 100% accurate. I had sex with my boyfriend a couple of weeks ago unprotected, and I took the plan b pill the next morning. I feel sick, tired and pregnant, but I think I am fine. Plan b usually makes me feel pregnant like symptoms and it can mess with your period. So don't worry if you guys are pregnant. Just relax and honestly don't have sex till marriage then you won't have these issues. I need to start living the way I preach.
You can absolutly get pregnant!!If happend to my ex wife when we were dating. Thats how we ended up with our first daughter. She is now 13 and wouldnt trade her for the world. I can just tell you to please use proper protection if your not illergic to latex as I am. So when I have sex its mostly unprotected but I always pull out the instant I get that tingly feeling in my scrotum. Anyway best of luck.
Yes it can DEFINATELY HAPPEN! I never thought it would happen to me I've always taken plan b whenever I had unprotected sex THE VERY NEXT DAY and now I'm pregnant! I'm assuming it depends how strong the guys sperm is. When I went to the doctors they told me the morning after pill is only 80% effective and the more times you take it the less it works. So be careful girls!!
Some PLEASE answer. I had unprotected sex the night before I completely ended my period.. And he ejaculated inside of me, but he didn't tell me. 4 days later I sex and he ejaculated AGAIN. This time I felt it on my own. And got a Plan b pill. I got another heavy period like usual that lasted my normal 5 days, a week after taking the pill. And I wonder if Im safe because I had an early period from the plan b pill. Or that I should still be worried???
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