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Posted by loopsyme (Member # 108369) on :
Yesterday my bf and I were fooling around. I'm a virgin, so there wasn't a sexual intercourse. At first he had his boxers on and I had my leggings on. Then he noticed that there was a spot on his boxers which was obviously precum. So, he took off his boxers and put on a condom. Then I took out everything, we were both naked but he had a condom on. We always checked the condom whether it was broken or not. And it wasn't. By the way, he didn't ejaculate. After all these I wanted to put my clothes on, so I got up. Then suddenly he hugged me from behind and I fell on to his laps. As I fell onto his laps, the condom has slipped. So instantly I got up and washed my genital area with hot water in case there was some precum in my genital area. I think, there wasn't any, because I jumped out directly. I didn't feel anything wet. Actually, I don't exactly remember but there is a possibility that the precum was rubbed on my butt. Because he hugged me from behind. Anyway, I wanted to get rid of the precum by washing with water. Since he didn't ejaculate at all, we were not that scared of me getting pregnant. However, I was still anxious so I took Plan B within 1.5 hours. I know that there is always a possibility to get pregnant if the genital areas get in touch, even though it's unlikely for me to get pregnant. I mean, it really is a low possibility. But I'm 16 and I don't want to take such a huge risk. So I took Plan B. By the way I was not ovulating at that time. It was just a day after my last period has finished. And I took the pills correctly (morning-after pills). I'm not on birth control. It was just an accident that the condom has slipped. Since there was no ejaculation and there's only a possibility that there was some precum on top of his penis it's unlikely for me to get pregnant right? And also, it didn't enter my vaginal opening at all. I washed my genital area immeadiately with hot water after the incident, and took plan B within 1.5 hours (the prospectus says that the rate is %95 if it's taken within the first 24 hours). So I guess we are safe? My bf says that I really have nothing to be worried about since we take some precautions.
I want to know if I'm right about all these?
Thank you.

[ 12-24-2013, 03:31 AM: Message edited by: loopsyme ]
Posted by Heather (Member # 3) on :
You are, indeed, right. [Smile]
Posted by loopsyme (Member # 108369) on :
Ah, thank you soooooo much! I'm so relieved right now. [Smile]
Posted by loopsyme (Member # 108369) on :
Heather, can I ask you one more thing? If Plan B is used within 2 hours it is more effective, right? I mean, I'm way more relieved after you told me that I was right with all of these. My cycles are regular, it is 29-30 days for every month. The incident I told you above has taken place a day after my period has finished. So we are safe? Not only this, I also washed my genital area immediately and took Plan B right after that. I just want to make it clear, you know. I guess you told me I was right with all of these. So I was also right about being safe?

[ 12-26-2013, 05:02 AM: Message edited by: loopsyme ]
Posted by loopsyme (Member # 108369) on :
Oh and my periods generally take 4 days. So it was the 5th day of my period [Smile]
Posted by Robin Lee (Member # 90293) on :
Heather already verified everything you said above. [Smile] I'm not actually seeing any new information that changes anything she already verified for you. [Smile]

Just so you know, though, washing the genital area is never a way anyone can prevent pregnancy.

If you need some more information on how Plan B works, you can read through this: Emergency Contraception (Plan B or the Morning-After-Pill)
Posted by loopsyme (Member # 108369) on :
Thank you, Robin [Smile] By the way, I just wanted to check and noticed that it was 2 days after my last period. But still, it doesn't change anything I guess?
Posted by Robin Lee (Member # 90293) on :
Nope, it doesn't. [Smile]
Posted by loopsyme (Member # 108369) on :
Thank you so much [Smile]

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