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First off, I want to thank you for this website. I don't know who else to turn to in times of need. This is so comforting and helpful so I thank you sincerely for doing such a great job.

Once again, I'm in trouble and I'm so angry at myself for always putting myself in this situation.
My last period started on the 17th of February and it ended on Friday February 22nd.
My boyfriend and I had unprotected sex last night and he ejaculated inside me (he didnt pull out in time) I'm so mad Amd I freaked out and we immediately went to the pharmacy and I took norlevo about 1 hour after it happened.
Please tell me what are the chances of me getting pregnant? What's supposed to happen now that I took norlevo, what should I expect? My next expected ovulation date is the 3-4 march. I've been pregs before but he had ejaculated on my ovulation day. Please help I need to calm down.


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How about this time you work yourself through this, mrgk? We've done it with you a few times in the past, so I think you have the knowledge and skills by now to give it a try.

Here's information on emergency contraception, including how effective it is, and what you might expect when using it: Emergency Contraception (Plan B or the Morning-After-Pill)

How about we also talk about how to better negotiate sex and safer sex and contraception? Withdrawal is one of the least effective methods of contraception there is -- and isn't safer sex at all -- and clearly, it's failed for you like it does for many people (and for the reason it usually does).

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