hey me and my finance were having sex and he cummed in me . Now i was on the patch (birth control)but i had put it on a couple of hours (3 or 4 hours)b4 we had sex and he cummed in me, now my stomach has been killing me like i am pregnant sometimes i can't even stand up it hurts. and it seems like i am eating more. this incident occurred 2 weeks ago (us having sex). and my period is not suppose to come on intill next week but all this pain in my stomach has me worrying. Could i be pregnant even though i had on the patch. i still have the patch on if i am pregnant right now should i take it off, is it hurting the baby. oh and i was going to take a pregnancy test but since i'm on the patch will it give me a flase reading. do i take off the patch then take the test and if so how long do i have to wait after i take it off to take the test. I'm afraid since the patch is suppose to trick your body into thinking your pregnant i'm afraid its gone show up postive when i mightnot really be. Please help me i don't know what to do. Oh and since i am on the patch and i could be pregnant could the pain be a miscarrage and how would i know if i did.
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If it's been more than two weeks since your risk, you can take a pregnancy test. You will get an accurate reading.
quote:Originally posted by sexypeanutbutter06: i was going to take a pregnancy test but since i'm on the patch will it give me a flase reading.
The patch or any other form of hormonal birth control won't give you a false reading. A pregnancy test looks for a specific hormone found when pregnancy occurs--no pregnancy, no hormone. Take a look at This for more information.
In the future, if you do not wish to be pregnant and do not trust the Patch completely, you can back yourself up using condoms.
Also, have you and your fiance had two negative STD/STI screenings, 6 months apart? If not, I'd highly suggest you get tested. Any unprotected activity has the risk of an STD/STI, and marriage/engagement does not make them suddenly go away or protect you from them.
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