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    Firstly, I know what we did was irresponsible.

    My period is supposedly due in 2 days. I have been feeling cramps. I was playing around with my boyfriend unprotected and he went in half-way (not even) a few times, probably lasted 10-20 seconds each time. He told me he did not pre-ejaculate or ejaculate (the latter I can testify), but I'm a bit worried. He did pee after his last ejaculation. If my period comes in the next few days, should I still consider taking plan B? Should I talk to a pharmacist?
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    No, because of when your period is due and the fact that he didn't ejaculate inside you.

    Taking it would be a waste of money (you're in the US?) and probably mess up your period in a way that's going to cause any 'am I pregnant?' worries to get worse.

    It probably is time to sort out a method of contraception that's an alternative to condoms though.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Firstly, I know what we did was irresponsible.

    My period is supposedly due in 2 days. I have been feeling cramps. I was playing around with my boyfriend unprotected and he went in half-way (not even) a few times, probably lasted 10-20 seconds each time. He told me he did not pre-ejaculate or ejaculate (the latter I can testify), but I'm a bit worried. He did pee after his last ejaculation. If my period comes in the next few days, should I still consider taking plan B? Should I talk to a pharmacist?
    I doubt there is much chance (if any) of pregnancy if he didn't ejaculate inside you. But, if you are concerned the morning after pill is an option if the incident was in the past day or so.
    Talk to a pharmacist for more advice. They can have a talk with you about what happened, if there is any chance or pregnancy and, if there is, what the best option is in terms of contraception.
    There are pharmacies that stay open late (like ones in supermarkets) so I suggest if you want to talk to a pharmacist you go tonight.
    You can also ask them or a doctor about later methods of contraception like the pill or implant if you would like so things like this are not an issues later.
 
 
 
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