Well, my boyfriend and I had sex Friday night at around 11:30 and he brought me the pill on Sunday at round 2:00 A.M I took it immediately but we made the biggest mistake and had sex again at around 3:45 A.M the same day and he finished inside me... What are the chances of me getting pregnant after nearly 2 hrs later having sex again? He finished inside me Sunday as well. I'm really worried about this...
I had unprotected sex 2 hours after taking Plan B?
Question posted by eve_ca on 2 Aug 2016
Last updated on 4 August 2016 by Windchimes123
I want to your statement...
"He finished inside of me"
You should have the same worries if he even entered you unprotected.
Sperm can be released before he actually had an orgasm.
"Pulling out" or I think it was called coitus interruptus... Lol. Someone correct me please. I haven't thought of that in years !
Get on BCP so you don't have to worry every time.
Or just assume every time you do it, you WILL get pregnant ! A sure fire way of taking the fun out of it !
Dooz; Is correct; And im glad you have an appointment to get on the right type of birth control. And I have to agree with her about the way the Plan B works, More than likely I hope all well be okay so you already know that your hormones are going to be all screwed up and you may start bleeding again. if You have not as of yet. And if you do have a regular period it may take your system a month to get back on track. When you get into the doctor or clinic let them know what has happened. Best of luck EVE. chuck1957
If you were really worried, you would stop having unprotected sex and go get yourself on some routine birth control or at the very least get condoms and spermicide! Plan B is designed to delay ovulation-that is all it does. If Plan B was going to work for you then it is likely okay however, Plan B is not as effective as routine birth control and not for covering subsequent episodes of sex. Whether or not it will work long enough to cover the same day sex is hard to say-perhaps-it also depends on where you are in your cycle. You are only supposed to use Plan B once in a cycle so I wouldnt advise taking anymore. Your best bet is to do what women did before Plan B-hope you were not in your 3-4 day fertility window and do yourself a favor and see your GYN or local clinic for routine birth control so you dont have to worry!
- Plan B uses and safety info
- Plan B information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side effects of Plan B (detailed)
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