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    Does it matter how much I cum inside my girlfriend?

    My girlfriend and I were having sex the other day. We were not using protection just because we did not want to and in the moment, I just full on ejaculated my whole load into her. Yeah she liked it but then we just started worrying a lot.
    We went to grab plan b one step and she took it right after, which was about 2-3 hours after the sex.

    My question is: Are we in the clear? Does it matter how much I ejaculate inside my girlfriend if we took plan b right after? Does it matter if it was a full ejaculation inside or just a couple squirts?
    Sorry if this is a stupid question, I'm just wondering.

    Oh yeah and please don't lecture me about having sex without a condom, I know its stupid and I realize it is very irresponsible and we probably won't try it again in the future so save the lectures please.
    final question though: How come plan b shouldn't be used as a birth control method all the time? Isn't it just like birth control?

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    Plan B is similar to a mini abortion. I've used it twice and part of the reason the woman feels nauseous after she takes it is because it's trying to kill/abort whatever may be starting to grow, so it's a pretty intense thing for your body to go through if she were to use Plan B after every time you guys have sex. Plus, I don't know about where you're located, but it's damn expensive. The two times I took it, it was over $40. Afterwards, your girlfriend's next period will be abnormal, but she should not be pregnant unless she took it more than 72 hours after you came in her.

    I definitely won't lecture you about condom use, I hate them. I would recommend birth control because you can cum inside her while she's on it, and there's much less of a chance she'll get pregnant (no slippage, breakage, etc). Birth control is cheaper too, at least for me, it's $12 per pack (which lasts a month).She just has to make sure she takes it at the same time every day. Hope that helps!

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    I don't think it matters how much you ejaculate, it only takes one little swimmer to find his way up there and well you know the rest.
    I shared my spare on Feb 4th. Ask me about living kidney donation.

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    I see , yeah it was $40 here too. I guess we shouldn't do it all the time considering we don't have that much money. The very first time we used plan b though which is a couple of months ago, she didn't get any side effects like nausea, does she have to be nauseous for it to work?
    And so to clarify, what you are saying is that it does not matter the quantity of cum I let go inside her because plan b is supposed to destroy it regardless correct?

    Metrogirl: Yeah actually I read it takes a few hundred swimmers to help one get through but I get your point lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTT View Post
    Plan B is similar to a mini abortion. I've used it twice and part of the reason the woman feels nauseous after she takes it is because it's trying to kill/abort whatever may be starting to grow, so it's a pretty intense thing for your body to go through if she were to use Plan B after every time you guys have sex. Plus, I don't know about where you're located, but it's damn expensive. The two times I took it, it was over $40. Afterwards, your girlfriend's next period will be abnormal, but she should not be pregnant unless she took it more than 72 hours after you came in her.

    I definitely won't lecture you about condom use, I hate them. I would recommend birth control because you can cum inside her while she's on it, and there's much less of a chance she'll get pregnant (no slippage, breakage, etc). Birth control is cheaper too, at least for me, it's $12 per pack (which lasts a month).She just has to make sure she takes it at the same time every day. Hope that helps!
    ABSOLUTELY incorrect, Plan B is NOT a "mini abortion". Wow. Plan B does not work on an already pregnant person, so if you are already pregnant, plan B will do NOTHING to harm the pregnancy. What Plan B is is a high dose of hormones similar to those found in birth control pills and when taken, the hormones help to delay the onset of ovulation and/or prevent sperm from fertilizing the already released egg in the fallopian tubes, or helps to keep an already fertilized egg from implanting into the uterus (which is the point at which a woman is considered pregnant) . I hope this makes sense, I'm still groggy from waking up - I just wanted you to know that Plan B is not a "mini abortion", it is nothing like an abortion.

    Anyway, you guys are probably safe no matter how much you came, but the side effects from taking so many synthetic hormones at once aren't always so fun, so going on regular birth control would be a wise decision. If I were you, I would also educate yourself on how the female reproductive system works as well as do research on how different methods of birth control can affect a woman.

    Even if she does not experience side effects it is best for both of you to use regular birth control. Plan B is not quite as effective as regular hormonal birth control - and it's called Plan *B* for a reason, it's an EMERGENCY contraceptive and is in no way meant to be used as your primary form of birth control.
    Last edited by Mercurial Girl; 12-23-2010 at 02:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TTT View Post
    Plan B is similar to a mini abortion. I've used it twice and part of the reason the woman feels nauseous after she takes it is because it's trying to kill/abort whatever may be starting to grow, so it's a pretty intense thing for your body to go through if she were to use Plan B after every time you guys have sex. Plus, I don't know about where you're located, but it's damn expensive. The two times I took it, it was over $40. Afterwards, your girlfriend's next period will be abnormal, but she should not be pregnant unless she took it more than 72 hours after you came in her.

    I definitely won't lecture you about condom use, I hate them. I would recommend birth control because you can cum inside her while she's on it, and there's much less of a chance she'll get pregnant (no slippage, breakage, etc). Birth control is cheaper too, at least for me, it's $12 per pack (which lasts a month).She just has to make sure she takes it at the same time every day. Hope that helps!
    wow are you uneducated. Plan B is NOT the abortion pill. It PREVENTS pregnancy, it does NOT END it.

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    There should never be an attitude of "oh well, I can always use plan B". I find it disturbing that people have had to use Plan B more than once and that the only deterrent for being comfortable with it as a common practice is the price tag. Anytime anyone pops pills, there are longterm risks. These pills are harsh on the body and not getting caught up in the moment is a much wiser course of action than popping the morning after pill every few months when there is a lapse in judgement.

    More information about Plan B: http://www.planb.ca/why.html

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    Plan B isnt a contraceptive, its not something that should be used often.

    My advice is get her on some sort of birth control, or go to family planning together. Remember birth control doesnt protect you from STD's either other than condoms.

    Your playing with fire, even if you take plan B, its not guarantee, my friend took it and she has a baby...so yeah. Not a failsafe.

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    It might matter. There are a lot of factors involved, semen volume is just one of them. You really should be OK if she took Plan B though, the odds of getting pregnant if you take it in time are incredibly low. You can look it up but I'm pretty sure it's effective somewhere around 99.9% of the time.

    Like others have said, if you have to use Plan B with any regularity you are doing something wrong. It's an emergency contraceptive, think of it as like a fire extinguisher under the sink in your kitchen: You should never need it, even if you are a terrible cook.
    If you don't want to use condoms there are many other options available, visit Planned Parenthood and they will hook you up.

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    You didn't feel like it? How do you feel about your gf's health? Please keep that in mind. High doses of hormnones like in this pill are not good for her and it wasn't designed for this use. If you were using a condom and it broke then you woud want to use plan B.
    The "Pill" is not fool proof as she can still get pregmant if you do not understand how her cycle works and how the "Pill" controls her ovulation.

    Get some ulta thin condoms or at the very least pull out next time so she doesn't have to take plan B again unless it is an emergency.

    For the record a little drop can contain hundreds of sperm.

    For her health please be more careful.

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