My girlfriend and I had unprotected sex, this is only my second time having sexual intercourse. I ejaculated very little inside of her before I pulled out. She is on birth control and also took a plan b pill 30 mins after we got done. Can she become pregnant?
We had unprotected sex, she is on birth control and took the Plan B pill. Can she get pregnant?
Question posted by Anonymous on 7 April 2013
Last updated on 8 June 2018
BEEN on orysthia birth control, since November 29,2015 ... && had unprotected sex yesterday 04-27-16 ,sex parnter ejaculated in me, can I get pregnant? We both want to know, I've been taking my pills every day...
I have a question, what if you take birth control, stop, have sexual intercourse, take plan B, and start birth control again. CAN YOU STILL GET PREGNANT???
If she was already on birth control pills and was taking them properly, you had nothing to worry about even before the Plan b. She didnt need to take Plan b because she was already on a contraceptive (birth control tablet). Now that she has taken the Plan b tablet, which is a large blast of hormones, she can expect her periods to be irregular for a couple of months and she may get side effects like nausea, breast tenderness and cramps/bloating because of all the hormones. This doesnt mean she is pregnant. It may take a few months for her to get back to her regular cycle. She should keep taking her birth control pills every day as they come in the pack no matter what her body is doing. She is not pregnant. The reason for condoms when a woman is on birth control is to prevent sexually transmitted disease. The only time they are necessary for preventing pregnancy is in the first week ever of taking the birth control pills, if she would miss a pill or if she takes antibiotics.
Other than those reasons condoms are not necessary to prevent pregnancy, only for preventing STDs. Once a woman is established on birth control pills, which means after seven consecutive days on the Pill, she is protected against pregnancy and there is no reason to "pull out" or withdraw the penis before ejaculation. Pulling out before ejaculation does little to nothing to prevent pregnancy anyway as males secrete sperm all throughout the sex act, not just at ejaculation. Pulling out is not going to help prevent pregnancy in a woman who is not on contraceptives (birth control)
It is extremely unlikely.
The birth control pills will protect you from an unwanted pregnancy and are greater than 99% effective provided they are taken as instructed. There was no need to take Plan B.
- 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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