sunday, may 24, i had unprotected sex. (it was a stupid mistake)
My boyfriend didnt ejaculate inside of me, but i was worried about the precum.
about 20 minutes before he had *** already and i heard that sperm can be left in the urethra.
As a precaution, i took plan b on monday, the day after.
I dont have regular periods, so i dont know when my next period will be.
however, i do remember that in april my period was from the 11-17.
before that day i was very wet, kind of like eggwhite discharge for a couple of days. i have also heard that this means your fertile.
Just yesterday, i noticed that i've felt the urge to pee very frequently.
i have had a urinary tract infection before and it feels kind of like that, except there is more pee.
What are the chances of me being pregnant?
im extremely worried, being pregnant at 15 is the last thing i need.
ITs hard to give a percentage,but you did the right thing by taking the plan b. Hopefully you followed the directions and took teh first pills as soon as possible and followed the second one i belive its 24 hours after. Keep in mind plan b doesnt always work ( id ont want to scare you, but its true). Make sure if you dont receive your period witin 2 weeks you take a pregancy test just to be sure.
To answer your question, yes you can become pregnant by pre-*** thats why the pull out method never works. Good luck, i hope you are not pregnant.
Have you thought about the getting on the pill?
Also the frequnet urination if from a UTI you need to go get some meds so u can clear that up. I went though UTI;s and they are not pleasant :(
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