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Pregnancy Concern

I had unprotected sex on 11/22, was not on BCP at the time, he did not ejaculate in me, although I'm well aware that pre-ejaculation can also get you pregnant.  I was ovulating during that time, or shortly after.  I took the Plan B emergency contraception pill as a precaution with in 12 hours of it happening.  

I did start taking BCP on 11/27.  

It is now Dec. 2 and my breasts are super sore, but I've not started my period.  

What is the likelihood I could have gotten pregnant if I was ovulating, but I took the Plan B pill?  
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If you took plan b within the recommended time frame then it's unlikely that your pregnant. Starting birth control during your cycle can muck it up abit so might be why your late. You could take a test in about a week to ease your mind.
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I agree with naan84, I had the same thing happen to me about 2.5yrs ago and I took the plan b pill as well,I started my BCPshortly after it did throw my period off a little. Every person is different and every body reacts differently but I'm pretty sure your covered. Lk naan84 said tk a test later on to ease your mind but more than likely you shouldn't have anything to worry about.
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Thanks ladies, your words of encouragement and wisdom helped to ease my mind.  My breasts are usually sore before I start my period, but it seems now they are even more sore than normal.  I'm thinking I probably messed my cycle up completely with taking the Plan B and then starting the BCP so my body is probably on hormone overload and maybe what might be causing my breasts to be more sore than normal.  I'm crossing my fingers that's all it is.  Thanks again :-)
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