Two nights ago, my boyfriend and I were having sex. We went on it for a while, switching positions and everything. Then when he was on top, we noticed the condom wasnt there. It happens sometimes that it slipped out, but not like this. I think it slipped out during sex, and the penitration made it go deeper and deeper inside. When I reached in to find it, I started bleeding a lot cause I think I tore something trying to find it. I ran to the bathroom and could not find it. Finally I reached in as far as I could and it was deep inside. I manage to pull it out, but here is my question. Could I get pregnant? Who knows if some precum slipped out of me. He DID NOT ejaculated yet, but precum is definately present. Also, my ovulation has been over for a little over a week now, and not expecting my period until this sometime this weekend. Am I worring over nothing? Could I still get pregnant even if I am not ovulation or have my period? How long does sperm live in your body? How soon should I take a pregnancy test? Any answers would be very appreciated.
i've read that you can only get pregnant while you're ovulating, so if you had already finished ovulating then i doubt you will get pregnant especially if it was just pre-cum and he hadn't ejaculated inside you. If you haven't started your period a week after its expected, then i suggest getting a home pregnancy test.
So, yeah. Right after my first post (probablu a day and a half after what happened)I went to get Plan B. I have NEVER taken it before. Today, that makes me about six days late. Is one of the side effects from Plan B is a late period? Has Plan B ever failed?
Also, I read that changes in diets and exercise can cause delays on your period, and I have been doing so in a little over a week now. I go to the gym like 3-5 times a week. And eating sooo much salad, could this be a reason for a late period?
YES plan B will mess up your cycle! You may miss a few periods or have irregular bleeding for a while. It can take up to 3 months for your cycle to get back to normal. Everyone is different, so you cannot really know what to expect. But Plan B is very very effective, so good luck!