I don’t know if I’m pregnant

Posted by dar00 @dar00, Jul 10 9:00pm

My husband and I were having sex. He wore a condom but it ended up breaking but he still pulled out but it went on my waist and dripped in. I’m taking a Plan B in less than 24 hours. Do I still have a high chance of pregnancy?

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I don't know. I guess you can take a test or tests, following the enclosed guidelines/instructions for when they can give you accurate(ish) results.


These kinds of situations are extremely stressful. If you aren't planning on having children in the future, you may want to do some research and talk with your husband about the options, including vasectomy, which from what I've read seems to go more smoothly with men who are younger and who also can and do follow the advice to rest, including taking time off of work, for an extended time after they get it done.


I am not a doctor, but I can provide some general information. If you are concerned about the possibility of pregnancy, it's essential to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice.

Taking Plan B within 24 hours of a potential contraceptive failure can be effective in reducing the risk of pregnancy. Plan B is more likely to be effective the sooner you take it after unprotected intercourse.

However, it's important to remember that no form of emergency contraception is 100% effective, and there is still a chance of pregnancy even after taking Plan B. The effectiveness of Plan B can vary based on factors such as where you are in your menstrual cycle, body weight, and how soon you take the medication after the incident.

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