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Thread: Took Plan B

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    Took Plan B

    On November 18, 2018 my boyfriend was masturbating but did not ejaculate. He only produced precum, which got on his fingers. He then wiped it on a cloth. Then he started to finger me with two fingers. I took Plan B about 5-6 hours after that. Six days later, I started having light bleeding for about 4 days (November 24). Then on December 18, I started having my period for about 3-4 days, not as heavy as my previous periods. I have always had irregular periods, where I can get it every 1-2 months (I have always been anemic). Currently waiting for mt next period.

    Does this mean I am NOT pregnant?

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    Please research pregnancy and sexual intercourse more before engaging in the act. Being this uneducated about this is a determent to your sanity.

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    You took Plan B after a low-probability event, it is highly unlikely you're pregnant. If you want to be sure, take a home pregnancy test or get a blood test to be definitive. Use appropriate protection in the future, or better yet consider birth control as well, which may help with your irregularity.

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    Plan B messes with your periods. I'm sure this information is on the packaging.

    Please Google information about sex and conception. And make an appointment at a clinic for birth control and condoms.

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    If, what you describe is 100% accurate I would say it is highly unlikely you're pregnant.

    It would be a very good idea to educate yourself fully on sex/conception and even more, get yourself on some form of contraception. Use protection at all times if you don't want to risk an unwanted pregnancy.

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    I highly doubt you are pregnant, based on what you have told us. To be completely sure, take a test.

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    Get yourself down to Planned Parenthood and get yourself educated. You should not be fooling around if you do not know the basics.

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    Plan B can change the usually quantity of your periods and frequency. The chances of you being pregnant are very low, even if you had not taken plan B. Even with the period if you're so worried, do a pregnancy test to feel better. You can buy one at the pharmacy. I also think that getting a planned parenthood appointment would be better for you.

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    You need to go to your doctor, gyn, clinic, whatever and get a checkup as well as appropriate sex education and reliable birth control. Also you need to use condoms, not just for birth control but to protect yourself from STDs.

    Do not mess with your body based on guessing games, lack of appropriate protection and lack of accurate information on sexuality, reproduction and STD transmission..Get to a clinic and get checked up and properly informed and don't mess around until you know what you're doing.
    Originally Posted by jd671
    Then he started to finger me with two fingers. I took Plan B about 5-6 hours after that. Six days later, I started having light bleeding for about 4 days

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    You're too young and too uneducated to be having sex.

    Your questions show how little informed you are and you shouldn't be in the act of sex if you don't know what you're doing or how to protect yourself properly.

    Go to a doctor, planned parenthood, read books, whatever you can to get educated before you even think of doing this again.

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