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getting pregnant the day before your period started!

By Anonymous July 14, 2009 - 1:34pm
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i gave head and he came in my mouth, we waited a bit then started to have sex but he stopped because he didn't want to get me pregnant and the my period started that next morning. should I take the morning after pill although I'm on my period right now and what's the chance of me being pregnant right now since I have 72hrs to take the plan b pill and I about 14.5 hrs into that 72 hrs?

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Menstruating means you are not pregnant.

Why do you think you would be pregnant, when you have started your period? Would you like some information on how pregnancy occurs, what happens to your body, and the role of the menstrual cycle? Have you had any of this information in any classes?

Since you are sexually active, it is highly recommended that you use condoms, along with becoming established with a Gynecologist, who can prescribe you hormonal contraception. These forms of birth control are 99% effective, whereas Plan B is only 80% effective (and it not to be used a a regular form of birth control for this reason).

When are you able to go to the Gynecologist, so that you can begin taking control of your own body and health, and plan for happy, healthy and PROTECTED sexual experiences in the future?

July 14, 2009 - 1:46pm
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