My boyfriend and I had sex twice(he didn't pee the second time), pulled out both times and then I took Plan B the next day. We then had intercourse 7 hours after taking the pill. He said he felt something come out but it wasn't a good feeling, it just felt like pee. If it is sperm can that Plan B still prevent fertility?
Peeing doesn't make a difference to whether or not he gets sperm in his pre-cum/pre-ejaculatory fluid. A recent study by Human Fertility has shown that men who have sperm in their pre-cum, always have it there, whether they urinate after their last ejaculation, or they don't.
Pre-cum can be present from the point a guy gets excited. It can be enough to cause pregnancy.
The Manufacturer of Plan B state that you are not covered against pregnancy for any episode of sex you have, after you take the pill.
There is a chance that you wouldn't be protected against pregnancy by Plan B for even the 1st episode of sex that you had, as Plan B is less reliable than regular hormonal birth control. It works by delaying ovulation (the fertile time of your menstrual cycle), & if you're already ovulating, then it can't do that. In that situation, you'd need on of the other forms 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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