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Had sex on the 28th last period was from the 13-19th of july, 32 day cycle, guy didn't ejaculate, took plan b within 60 hours, risk of pregnancy low?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics 33 years experience
Decisions, decisions: Chance of getting pregnant with no ejaculation is low. The real question is whether or a couple is ready for a baby and instant family. If one absolutely positively must not get pregnant, then one has to consider Plan B within 48 hours of sex. One can also ask her Ob-Gyn about an IUD, which works as emergency contraception within the first few days after sex, and then keeps protecting after that.

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Birmingham, AL
A 22-year-old female asked:

Had sex on the 28th last period was from the 13-19th of July, guy didn't ejaculate, took plan B within 60 hours is risk of pregnancy low?

1 doctor answer6 doctors weighed in
Dr. Philip Miller
A Verified Doctoranswered
Family Medicine 47 years experience
If unprotected: intercourse occurred, you can assume that there were sperm cells in the secreted male sexual fluids and since you took Plan B, I assume no condom was used, so get tested. Plan B is most effective if taken 24-48 hrs after penetration/ejaculation, ( not 60 hrs,) and...you are most fertile about 2 weeks after the start of your last cycle: around July 25 onward- there is a possibility. of pregnancy.
Last updated Aug 2, 2017

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