My last period was September 14th. The incident happened on September 28th. My cycle is usually around 35 days, so I should ovulate October 3-5. We were in the shower and I had on a bikini. He ejaculated and it hit the middle my of thigh and the top of my bathing suit bottoms. we NEVER had sex it was never close to my vagina at all. After it happened I didn't know what to do so I just stood under the water. (when it happened I was not fully in the water) I took next choice one dose to be safe 18 hours later, but after we got out of the shower I washed down there with soap and water. 6 days later I woke up with a light brown discharge. Does this mean the pill worked? Could I become pregnant by this?I have read that by taking the morning after pill before ovulation you have no risk of pregnancy, and my odds are even less because we never had intercourse. Does the water kill the sperm? It was warm but not hot. Help! freaking out!
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There was no direct genital contact, so you did not have a pregnancy risk. There was no need to take EC.
You also cannot predict your ovulation unless you chart your menstrual cycle by taking your basal temperature and checking your cervical mucus daily. However, this is a moot point as you did not have a risk.
A common side effect of EC is irregularities in the menstrual cycle, so it is very likely that this is the reason for the spotting you are experiencing.
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