Emergency contraceptive

I am not on birth control but I had sex raw. He did not cum in me and I wiped on the tip before putting it in to make sure that there was none already on it. We didn't do it very long but I wouldn't know if any precum got in me or not even with wiping the tip off before. He was no where near finishing. Two days later a little less then 48 hours I took a plan b. I was suppose to be on my period around the time we did it but I know it will be late due to the pill. 5 days after I took the plan b I was getting discharge that was brown and kinda looked like it has clotting in it but there was no blood. Should I be concerned.

Anytime you have unprotected sex you are at risk of pregnancy.  The use of Plan B helps to decrease that risk. 

If you are concerned about possibly being pregnant you can take a home pregnancy test, see your primary care provider or call Corne Health Center. 
If you have abnormal discharge it is recommended that you be evaluated and tested for possible infection. 
He finished inside me 3 times over that weekend does that increase the risk and do I need to take plan B after he finishes inside if I'm on Nexplanon? (I was on the Depo shot for I would say almost a year and I switched to Nexplanon and I've been on it for two years and two months and I haven't had my period for years now and my boyfriend finished inside but Nexplanon is 99% effective so am I at risk for pregnancy?)

Nexplanon is effective at preventing pregnancy every time you have sex.

Me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex 5-6 days before I'm supposed to ovulate but he did not cum inside of me. Should I take a plan b?

Taking the emergency contraception pill within 5 days of unprotected sex will decrease the chances of pregnancy.

Hello I want to know how bad is it to take 3 different times, plan b during a time spam of 2 and a half months, should I be worried, I haven't had my period due to all the hormones of the pills, they are emergencies, and I'm planning on starting birth control once I get my period again.
Taking Plan B does change your normal menstrual cycle .
Please schedule an appointment with your Primary Care Provider or Corner Health Center to find the type of birth control (contraception) that is right for you.
Using condoms every time will prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
If my boyfriend came in my yesterday around 3 pm and take a plan b before 48 hours will I be fine ?

Taking Plan B within 48 hours of unprotected sex reduces the likelihood of pregnancy.  

It can also make your next period late, but If you do not get a period please check a pregnancy test. 
Also, schedule an appointment with your primary care provider or Corrner Health Center to find a type of contraception (birth control) that is right for you. 
my boyfriend and i had sex and the condom broke. i took A plan B within the next hour and it was two days after my ovulation and he did not finish in me whatsoever. I am just nervous about pre ejaculate fluid. will i get pregnant???
Plan B taken soon after unprotected sex is effective at preventing pregnancy . It can also change the timing of your next period.
If you do not get a period within 2 weeks of your expected date then please take a pregnancy test or call your PCP or Corner health to schedule an appointment  for a pregnancy test and to talk about what birth control method would be good for you.
So me and this boy had unprotected sex and he came inside of me on Sunday morning around 1:00 am, I took the plan b the same day at 4:00 pm. I have felt bloated, and my hunger has increased, and I have notice a few aches in my stomach which I believe are all side effects of the plan b. Wednesday, I had to receive a tetanus shot, and I was worried that would interfere, but the health care workers said the plan b was already in my bloodstream so I should be fine. Today, which is Thursday, I had to pee, well when I was done about to flush it down the toilet, I noticed brown discharge with a little bit of blood floating in the toilet, you could barely see the blood, it was just a slight amount.. So I did some research and found out that brown discharge could be a early sign of pregnancy!!!! I'm not sure if that's true or if the discharge is just another side effect from taking taking the plan b, do you think I am pregnant or just overthinking it?? Please I need your help...

If you took the Plan B it greatly reduces the chances of you becoming pregnant. Brownish discharge can have other causes.  If it continues please schedule an appointment with your primary care provider or at Corner Health to make sure you do not have an infection.  

Hi. I had unprotected sex and he came and I took a plan b a couple hours later at 3:30 or 4:00pm then about at 5 something we had protected sex with a condom but the condom broke and he came and sperm went on my vagina. Do I need a second dose of plan b or no!

You do not need to repeat the plan B . 

Hi, me and my boyfriend had sex March 17 and the condom broke. Four days later i found a little piece in my vagina. He didn't ejaculate when we were having sex though. I took a plan B that day also. Should i be worried?

If a condom breaks during sex it is not effective at preventing pregnancy.  Plan B can be effective against pregnancy but is most effective when taken closer to the time of unprotected sex. 

If you do not get your period on time you should take a pregnancy test.
Hello, I had unprotected sex on the 6th of February, twice. He did not cum in me. He pulled out. I took an emergency contraceptive pill within 24 hours. And I bled 3 days after, on the 10th of February. My period was 5 days earlier than my regular date. But now, on March, I still haven't had my period, it's 11th of March. What are the chances of me getting pregnant?

If you took the emergency contraception pill it is effective at preventing pregnancy.  It can also cause changes in your cycle. 

If you are concerned you may be pregnant please schedule an appointment with your primary care provider or at Corner Health Center to get a pregnancy test and to talk about the type of birth control that is right for you. 

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