About 7 days ago (September 30), my boyfriend and I had 'sex' for the first time. It was also my first time ever. He never actually put it in all the way, there was only a little pain and no bleeding, and it didn't last long at all. He didn't ejaculate inside me either, and I'm unsure about precum. We did stay naked for a little while but still, he never ejaculated. We didn't use any sort of protection. What are the chances I'm pregnant? I did take Plan B less than 24 hours after it happened I'm not supposed to have my period for another two weeks, but last night, when I went to the bathroom, there was a very light pink discharge on the toilet paper. Then a little later there was some light brown on the pad I'd put on (nothing major) but the actual toilet paper looked mostly fine, maybe a little darker yellow (sorry if tmi). There was also more brown discharge on toilet paper this morningb that was darker. Could this be a potential side effect of Plan B? I know it can mess with your cycle. My vagina also feels warm on the inside.
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replied October 9th, 2017
hank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and I understand your concern.
There is no chance of pregnancy as you have taken the plan B appropriately.But being a hormonal pill, it can cause unscheduled bleeding or spotting or delayed next cycle.You are having this bleeding due to this pill and get prepared to have a delayed next cycle.

I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
Take care
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