PLEASE HELP ME OUT

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mary - November 15

i had unprotected s_x with my boyfriend about a month ago... i'm not TOTALLY sure if he came in me or not, but i do believe that he did. anyway, i ended up going to my gyno a few hours later and telling her the situation. she told me to take 4 bc pills (1 every 12 hours) and it would be equivalent to taking the morning after pill. well, i had never been on bc, so she prescribed it to me then. i did as i was told, but i never started taking the pills regularly like she suggested (i started having bad side effects almost immediately). that weekend, i had a discharge and then my period (which was pretty light, but lasted about a week and a half). i'm currently having pregnancy symptoms. how likely is it that i am pregnant? i'm 14.

 

Christine - November 16

I have never heard of that before as a form of the morning after pill...I would definately get a check up again...and/or take a hpt...good luck to you and be more careful...use protection at least....it is a long road to have a baby...especially at 14 or 15..

 

m - November 16

I've never heard of the bc thing, but keep in mind that some women do get preg while on the pill, and of course take the pill another month or longer not knowing they're pregnant, and then wind up having healthy babies. And whether or not he ejaculated is irrelevant, because there is prec_m from the get-go, and it is just as potent than the whole wad, so to speak. unprotected s_x=increased chance of pregnancy, orgasm or no orgasm. And by the way, if I were you, I'd try to get my hands on some actual morning after pills for the future. PS - Even though pregnancy is a risk, unprotected s_x also increases your risk of catching an STD, the worst of all being HIV. Not trying to scare you, just telling you. Good luck.

 

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