Had unprotected sex 2 days ago & my partner didn't ejaculate. Got my period today & also took emergency contraceptive pills. Am I safe from pregnancy?

Maybe. Pregnancy has been documented from unprotected exposure on any day of a woman's cycle, including during pregnancy.The erect penis leaks sperm continuously during intercourse, not just during ejaculation. EC may or may not be effective if given within a few days of exposure. You may not be pregnant now but without some form of protection you may be pretty soon.

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Hi! I had my period last july 19 until july 22. I had unprotected sex on july 23 and took 10 emergency contraceptive pills. I took them 3 hours having

How to get pregnant? That, unfortunately was a waste of money and pills. You can only get pregnant when you ovulate. You are not ovulating the day after your regular period ends. These are simple basics. Please take the time to learn about your body. Knowledge is empowering! Read more...

I had unprotected sex and I have taken emergency contraceptive pills within 24 hours after having sex again after 10 days I took same pill. Pregnancy?

Can do a preg. test. A urine pregnancy test done correctly will give a reliable result 3 weeks after sex (or when conception might have happened) or 1 week after missing a period. If done sooner, a positive result is likely real, but a negative result may be due to testing too soon, and therefore lead to a repeat test. If a woman has her normal regular period, then she is not pregnant, and the test is not needed yet. Read more...

Should I take emergency contraceptive if I've been on birth control pills for 10 days and had unprotected sex? I thought after 7 days was effective.

You decide. The pill is designed to work by preventing your ovaries from releasing eggs. To do that the pill provides a baseline level of hormone to keep it from happening. Some companies state their pill is effective after a week, but many OBGYNS suggest backup BC for the first month until your body gets accustomed to the pill.The choice is yours. Read more...

I had unprotected sex but took all my birth control pills correctly, I had sex again and used emergency contraceptive but my breasts hurt, what does?

Sex. Have to trust the birth control pill and/or morning after pill did their job. Nothing to, but wait. Do home pregnancy test in a week. If pregnant or if in doubt see doctor. Read more...
High hormone levels. Emergency bc and regular birth control have hormones. Too high levels of hormones cause side effects. Sounds to me as if you don't trust your pills. If u take every day, if you miss. Consider long acting options of iud and implant. They're the most effective and easy! Read more...

I had unprotected sex a couples days ago. But I took an emergency contraceptive pill the day after now I am wondering when I will have my next period.

Unpredictable. Emergency Contraception is only about 50% effective at preventing pregnancy. Waiting a whole day before taking it makes it even more unlikely to be effective. But, there is no predictable way to tell you when your next period will happen. You may be pregnant. Emergency contraception, when it works, will change or interfere with menstrual cycles for up to two months. Read more...

I had unprotected sex but two days later I got my period, should I still take an emergency contraceptive?

Not pregnant. A woman is not pregnant if she gets her normal regular menstrual period. If she starts her normal regular period AFTER having sex, then she is not able to become pregnant until she gets a new deposit of semen (sperm) from more sex. Thus, she would not need to take emergency contraception after her normal regular period starts. In the future, she must avoid the need for emergency contraception. Read more...

We had unprotected sex and then my girlfriend took emergency contraceptive pill the next day. Now her periods are delayed what could this mean?

Have to check a PG. Test to make sure she is not pregnant- that is the number one thing to do. If she is not then she should see her gyn for an exam , and possible ultrasound. If necessary and nothing strange is going on she can get meds to induce a period. Read more...