On April 5th, my boyfriend and I had an "in the moment" sex thing, unprotected, for about 20 seconds or under. He did not finish inside me. Though he was in me for such a short amount of time, I know that pre-ejaculation can make me pregnant. The next day, about 18 hours later, I was able to make it to the pharmacy and took the Plan B One-Step pill. Also, my period ended 2-3 days prior to Saturday night, so odds were that I was not ovulating. About a week later I experienced period like bleeding but it only lasted 3 days, not my normal 5 day.
It's been 28 days and I took two pregnancy tests, and they both came out negative, but I'm still 3 days late on my period.
Could I be pregnant?
Sorry, I know I'm throwing a lot of information out there. I know unprotected sex is stupid but it lasted such a short amount of time because we both knew how stupid it was. I suffer from an anxiety issue so I'm stressing hard over this and have never taken Plan B before this happened.
Thanks to all who help.
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One of the most common side effects of Plan B is to throw your menstrual cycle out of whack for a few cycles, so the fact that your period hasn't arrived yet isn't unusual.
Since you've taken pregnancy tests that have come back negative, that's a very clear sign you aren't pregnant!
If you and your partner aren't up to date on STI testing, that's something you'll want to take care of, since unprotected intercourse carries the risk of STI transmission as well.
One thing you can do to reduce these worries in the future is to keep some condoms & lube on hand so that if you do decide to have intercourse, you will be adequately prepared!
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