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Okay, so I wouldn't like to call myself niave. But I am freaking out a little bit and would just like some reassurance from some more knowledgeable people. On the 9th of this month, I made a huge mistake and ended up giving someone I know a hand job while I was extremely drunk. I know he was petting me, but over my panties, and I believe I washed my hand off, or wiped it off (I honestly dont remember x.x), and about an hour later I was being fingered by another guy,(yeah, sound like a prostitute, I know) I was laying in his lap, so I know he wasnt touching himself, but theres a lot of details I dont remember about the night. I know I went home before anything else happened though, and I know I wasn't actually penetrated. Dont get me wrong, I'm usually on birth control, but I had missed a few days prior due to my horrible memory. The day after, I picked up the Plan B pills, and took them both (the second one maybe 30 minutes later than I was supposed to). I know this reduces the likelyhood by 7/8ths, so I know I'm pretty much in the clear. I've only been having a few signs of pregnancy (sensitive breasts, and bloating), though a friend pointed out that might be from the plan b or missing my birth control. Anyways, yeah, is there any likely hood that I could be pregnant? Thanks for dealing with my stupid little rant..
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replied August 21st, 2008
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You aren't pregnant. Your symptoms are from the plan b. Read the packet insert.

You weren't at risk of pregnancy to start with. Plan b was not necessary.
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replied August 21st, 2008
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Ingi's 100% correct. It's not a good idea to start taking Plan B anytime you do anything with boys. It's a huge dose of hormones that can really screw up your system. Only take it if you're having sex or for some stupid reason he literally puts semen in you. Otherwise, you're doing a lot more harm than good.
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