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13 April 2014 @ 04:15 pm
1. What type of birth control (Condoms, pills, pulled out) did you use, if any?

2. Were there any problems with your protection (condom breaking, missing pills)? N/a

3. Are you trying to get pregnant, or avoiding it?

4. How many days are between the first day of one period and the first day of your next?
30 days

5. Any big changes which could change your cycle (major change in diet, exercise, new medication, new stress?)

6. What was the month/day your last period started?
April 1

7. What date(s) did you have sex?
April 11,12,13

8. Where was ejaculation(in vagina, in condom, pulled-out)?
In vagina

9. Is there anything else that makes you think you're pregnant?
Too early to tell, but starving all the time.
potato bags. i can't find my potato bags.dindin on April 13th, 2014 11:36 pm (UTC)
You're absolutely not pregnant right now, and any "symptoms" you may feel don't mean anything, it's not possible because it's too early. The bad news is that you've had sex at a potentially very high risk time in your cycle; the good news is that you have time to avoid pregnancy if that's what you want. Almost all drugstores should carry Emergency Contraception (the "Morning After" pill). This does not cause an abortion - it helps you delay ovulation, which is when you release an egg each month. The best time to take EC is within 72 hours or 3 days of when you had unprotected or less-than-protected sex. You don't need a prescription, but you do need to ask for it at the pharmacy counter.

Hope this helps. Let me know if I can answer any other questions.