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Took the plan B pill

By Anonymous April 30, 2012 - 9:53pm
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I had unprotected sex many times yesterday with my fiancé. He finished once with my hand, and than he went to the restroom and peed and than we had unprotected sex again, and i helped him finish with my hand. He never ejaculated inside me, but i'm afraid that there might have been precum and that because from his previous ejaculation i may have gotten pregnant. i know it is impossibly too soon to tell, and we are not ready to child so we both decided to get the plan b pill that i took about 2 hours after we had sex. What do you think of my situation? Do you think i could have gotten pregnant? Should I worry and be stressed... I have never taken it before and i've heard that it can mess with a woman's menstrual cycle quite a bit. Any insight or stories or advice will help. Thank you. ( & Next time we will be using a condom and I may possibly go on Birth control pills)

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Some of the side effects for plan b can be changes in your next period, heavier or lighter, earlier or later, nausea, lower abdominal pain, fatigue, headache, dizziness, and breast tenderness. Everyone is different, but most women do experience these side effects especially changes in their next period.  If you want to avoid an unwanted pregnancy using protection is the key, condoms or birth control pills.  You might want to wait until your period is due and take a home pregnancy test.

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