The time or two there has been an insident with a condom I am always a hair nervous, but in reality you will be fine. So my boyfriend and I were having sex, and all of a sudden the condom broke and we both freaked out. The symptoms you are describing are more likely related to anxiety or rough sex. Check out our new podcast, I Want It That Way , which delves into the difficult and downright dirty parts of a relationship, and find more on. Also, he did not finish inside of me because the condom broke and caught that in time. Should I go ahead and take Plan B? And she's answering your health-related questions. Your period may be early or late, don't panic.
Check , which lists the types of oral contraceptives that can can be used in an emergency. Follow the directions, which usually include taking a specific number of pills, then taking a second dose 12 hours later. Luckily for you, they are now an over-the-counter option. First, unless you've recently been tested, you probably don't know if you're ovulating. Because you had only taken one active pill when it happened there is a slight chance that pregnancy could happen because you had been on the sugar pills for the week before that. I personally wouldn't take it because it's going to cause weird side effects over and above what you may be experiencing with just your pill. This means that the method was not always used correctly or not used with every act of sexual intercourse, or was used correctly but failed anyway.
If anyone could help shed some light about whether I need to panic or not I would sincerely appreciate it. For birth control pills, this means taking it at the same time every day and not missing any doses. Hi, Welcome to ehealthforum, If you had been taking your birth control pills at scheduled time daily or within 1-2 hours of scheduled time, you should have the protection. May 2017, I had a miscarriage when I was 6-7 weeks pregnant. Well my situation is that, last night I had sex. My period is supposed to start sometime this week and my last one started on December 17th and ended on the 22nd, my periods usually lasts for 5 days. I am very worried that even though I take my birth control every day, I may still be pregnant since he ejaculated inside of me.
I think if you take the pill consistently, you are likely not pregnant, even if the condom broke. One of the things that sets the different types of contraception apart is their failure rates. Or is my usual dose of yasmin enough to ensure that I will not get pregnant? I mean it has been two weeks since my last period and I should get my period in about two weeks. You could also be freaking your self out into having these symptoms. If you get that kind, it is essentially tripling your protection pill, condom barrier, and spermicide. Hi, so on January 1st I had sex with my boyfriend and the condom broke, we're not sure at what point it did. I was so shocked because I really did believe that I was fine.
If you have ever ended up in a tricky situation after having sex, keep on reading. Morning pee is best just because it's more concentrated. But birth control has been in my system for 2 years. Ok, me and and my girlfriend are both 15 have been together for about a year now the other night we decided to have sex. No and information on eHealth Forum is regulated or evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and therefore the information should not be used to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease without the supervision of a medical doctor. I'm just telling you what I'd do in your situation.
Anyone in the same boat? The bleeding stuck around for 6 days, the morning nausea for me; granted most women don't get this stuck around for a month. If you have messed up your birth control pill intake on more than 2-3 occasions, the efficacy might get affected putting you at risk for pregnancy. Check Your Birth Control If you're taking hormonal birth control, you might be all set. Although the pill does cover you all month long the percentage rate is different for the first few days. When both of you are not sure, check the condom every time after you ejaculate. We got a Plan B into my system within 6 hours so you got yours taken much quicker. Now I am wondering if we will be ok? Repeat 7 days later to confirm the results.
On June 9th, my boyfriend and I had sex. Last time I took Plan B was 2. I generally take it at the same time everyday but occasionally if I know I'm going to busy during the day I take my birth control earlier. The pill if used correctly can be up to 98% effective. I don't know, I just wouldn't take the plan b, I don't think it's necessary. This page was last updated on Feb 17, 2019.
Modern science has your back. You can send it to me via , and I will forward it to the good doctor. When I was wondering if I was pregnant I thought I felt different and weird and would get nauseaous. Yes there is a possibility of pregnancy but most likely not. .
If it just happened this morning, I doubt what you are experiencing are early pregnancy symptoms and probably wouldn't have an accurate test result if you took it today. You should have been in your infertile phase then based on where you are with the pills and when women are advised to start the pill. I had just finished my period and had only taken one pill of my new pack. Can anyone offer any support or advice? I'll be taking the last set next week. If you are 'doubling up' on methods odds are very small that you are pregnant, especially if the condom was the kind with spermicidal jelly added. Always seek the advice of your medical doctor or other qualified health professional before starting any new treatment or making any changes to existing treatment. Yeah, a lot of symptoms can be the result of stress as well as be mimicked through our mind.
Also, Im not on birth control at the moment, havent been on it since September due to financial issues but after this whole thing passes, i'm getting my ass back on it cause i don't wanna go thru this again. The only surefire way to not get pregnant is abstinence. Keep positive until you have a reason to be worried Also a pregnancy test never hurt but I'm not sure when the best time to use one is since your period is coming right up. And if you took the after pill 15 minutes later, you can stop worrying. A third and less common type of contraception is chemical and this type creates a reaction in the body that reduces the chance that a sperm will connect with an egg.