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Scared447
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Hi, two days ago my boyfriend and I were naked and he was above me and fingering me. The head of his penis was by in the crack between my upper thigh and next to the upper part of my mons and pubic hair. I felt some precum on the front of my upper thigh and in the crack and I was wondering what my pregnancy risk is? I took the plan b pill 18 hours after the incident as I was very scared. Can someone please help me out? I keep freaking out and I can't focus on studying or anything
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September
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Welcome to Scarleteen, Scared. Have you seen this article yet? Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

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Johanna
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Scared447
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I did. I still am not sure how to assess the situation though.
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September
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Do you see your situation mentioned in any of the scenarios that are listed as presenting a potential pregnancy risk?

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Johanna
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Scared447
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There was no direct genital to genital contact, but could there be possible sharing of fluids?
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Heather
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It does not sound that way, but in the event there was, you have done all you can do, so now all there is to do is wait it out and, moving forward, talking with your partner about condom use if you two are getting this close to direct genutal contact.

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Scared447
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Thank you for your responses! I was wondering if plan by is still up to 95% if taken at hour 18 opposed to let's say three hours after the incident.
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Heather
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When taken within the first 24 hours after a risk, Plan B can be as much as 98% effective.

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Scared447
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Hi, I just wanted to give an update because now I'm even more worried. Today my period was due and I woke up to painful cramps. When I went to the bathroom there was a spot of blood on my underwear but when I wiped there was nothing. Now the cramps are gone. I'm so confused
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Redskies
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Periods aren't always exactly the same, and some variation sometimes is very normal. Sometimes periods start very slowly with just a tiny bit of spotting before more flow happens. That's likely what's happening with you.

I know it's uncomfortable to have to wait longer when you just want your period to come for definite, but really, the thing to do here is just to wait and let it do what it's going to do.

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