After an accident in November, I took the Plan B one-step pill. My period came on the projected start date and was normal. Now, just next month, another accident happened--2 days before my projected start date. I took another Plan B on the day my period was supposed to start. I know Plan B can mess with future cycles, but I am starting to worry. It has been 3 days since I took the pill and I still have no period.
You are very vague with details. You don't say what the 'accidents' were, the dates they occurred, what dates the EC pills were taken, what your period start dates were expected, or what other sexual activity has taken place to enable an event-specific response. However, it is true that "Plan B can mess with future cycles".
If your period were due 21 Feb, then you were not likely to have been fertile 19 Feb. After taking Plan B, your periods are likely to be unpredictable for awhile. They could arrive later or earlier than expected.
Thank you. Take care.
I don't think you are pregnant from what you have said, but some of the details are unclear.
- When you said "just him sort of poking my urethra", I take it he poked with his penis, but did you mean your urethra (pee-hole)?
- What was the significance of you saying "He had on underwear"? Was his penis covered by his underwear when he was "poking"?
- When "He came near my anus, but i wiped it off", where exactly did his semen land? Your vagina is near your anus (one of the reasons you should always wipe from front to back).
- When you "took emergency contraception 4 days later", what was the type? Some are effective within 5 days (120 hours), other within 3 days (72 hours). If it were a 5-day EC pill, the chances are that it could have worked.
- What were the "normal side effects" you experienced?
- By "my vagina was softer than usual", do you mean the vagina walls?
- You say "ive taken 3 tests that turned out negative", but you didn't say when you took the tests, but if they were after 5th Jan, then they should be reliable, providing you haven't had sex since.
- By now there should be some evidence that you are pregnant, although your size might camouflage it to others.
I hope this helps as a start.
I don't think you are pregnant. The 3 negative tests would seem conclusive. You didn't say whether you have had sex since.
1. Poking (especially thinking it was your vagina) was risky.
2. Wearing underwear might make a difference, depending on exactly what happened. By 'no condoms at the time' I assume you have used them?
3. Wiping off is no guarantee no sperm have swum inside!
4. Take Action is a 3-day pill, but there are indications 5 days might just be within time.
5. Those are not specifically pregnancy symptoms alone.
6. The Clitoris is not part of the vagina! That is why I asked. The vagina is the channel that connects the uterus to the outside world, receives the penis on sexual intercourse, and is the birth canal.
7. Make sure you take the BC pills as directed. Are you taking them for BC or period regulation? You should not take BC pills if you think you may be pregnant. You should have had a medical check-up before starting the pills (and a pregnancy test) to ensure you are taking the right sort of pills, and so you can be monitored.
8. You may well be freaking out, but your actions have been risky. But you said your periods were irregular - how irregular?
1. Yes, incredibly.
2. I have not used condoms, but he has before. He would poke me with underwear on, and without two times.
3. But if I wipe it further away from the vagina, doesn't that decrease chances significantly?
4. I know, but It's probably better to take one a little late than not at all.
5. I had a feeling, which just made it more confusing.
6. My bad, lol.
7. I am using them for period regulation,and I can't get a pregnancy test at the doctors office, as it might show up on the bill and my parents would see it. I'm trying to be incognito about this, you see.
8. I went half of a year without one, that's how irregular my period is. But, I did take birth control in the past, and I've heard it can make you miss your periods for a while if you suddenly stop using them.
You take care as well
Sorry for delay in replying! 19 days might be a good indication; It would be more accurate at 21 days.
2. It's the 'without' that is more risky.
3. Yes it does, as long as none have found a way in before wiping.
4. Yes, I agree.
7. I thought they would test as a matter of course before prescribing.
8. Yes, it can, but that was several months ago.