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    So i had unprotected sex today.We used pulled out method but i think my boy came in me a bit.(or its just me stressing as usual) He pulled it out and came as normal and when i asked him he said "no, it wasnt in u,its obviuos" .But im sressing, I always do.
    My last period was 14 Oct and ususaly my cycle is 27-30 days. So i shouldnt be ovulating.

    I was thinking to take morning after pill tomorrow but i dont know how effective should be?
    Or to wait for my period which will start (hopefully) at the end of this week.



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    And from today i started to feel some usual Symthoms (my period is near )
    -sore tits
    -lil pain in my back
    So i hope nthn happened cuz he ejaculate out ...
    Im megastressed o_o


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    (Original post by Victoria66)
    So i had unprotected sex today.We used pulled out method but i think my boy came in me a bit.(or its just me stressing as usual) He pulled it out and came as normal and when i asked him he said "no, it wasnt in u,its obviuos" .But im sressing, I always do.
    My last period was 14 Oct and ususaly my cycle is 27-30 days. So i shouldnt be ovulating.

    I was thinking to take morning after pill tomorrow but i dont know how effective should be?
    Or to wait for my period which will start (hopefully) at the end of this week.



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    The "pull-out" method doesn't necessarily prevent pregnancy. Your partner will have have released some pre-ejaculation in you which can actually contain live sperm and get you pregnant. My advice would be to get the morning after pill immediately and in the future, use a condom or some other form of contraceptive to prevent pregnancy.
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    Some precum has sperm in, some doesn't. Some men produce loads of precum, others stay dry. Even if it does, it's in quantities that would have a man labelled 'infertile'. Failures of withdrawal to work are typically down to failing to do it every time.

    The MAP works by delaying ovulation, and as you say, you've probably already done that. If you're going to take it anyway, you want to take it as soon as possible...

    ... but I'd suggest taking this as a hint to sort out a method of contraception that you are happy with.
 
 
 
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