Tag: emergency contraception
Hey! I was wondering, could the third dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine make Plan B less effective?Updated 19 August 2022 under Ask Us.
Great question, thanks for asking! Over the last year and a half, we have learned a lot about the COVID-19 vaccines created by Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, and Moderna. Every […]Read more »
Last night, our condom broke, so I took Plan B®. However, I am also on the Depo-Provera® shot. Was that the right thing to do?Updated 16 November 2021 under Ask Us.
Great question! Depo-Provera® is a hormonal method of birth control, which is super effective at protecting against pregnancy. Plan B® is an emergency contraceptive (EC) pill. EC is a backup […]Read more »
If the condom was to break or slip off inside of my vagina, with semen in it and only a little bit got in my vagina, could I still get pregnant?Updated 27 March 2018 under Ask Us.
Yes, you absolutely could still become pregnant! Even if the tear in the condom is tiny, it’s still big enough for sperm to leak out and reach an egg. This […]Read more »
How can I get the morning after pill (emergency contraception) without my parents finding out?Updated 1 March 2017 under Ask Us.
Talking to your parents about emergency contraception (EC) or finding out how you can start birth control may seem uncomfortable. You might be surprised though to know that many parents […]Read more »
Lately my friends have been talking about sex and I’ve been really trying not to think about it much because I really don’t have time for it but…it’s been bothering me for a while now…if your partner wears a condom and it breaks, what could happen and could I still get diseases?Updated 10 August 2016 under Ask Us.
It’s normal to have questions and be curious about sex and it’s also normal to not want to think about it because you have many other more important things on […]Read more »
I had unprotected sex yesterday. Can you give some information about Emergency Contraception and how to take it?Updated 14 January 2016 under Ask Us.
Emergency contraception (EC) is a backup method of birth control for preventing pregnancy after unprotected sex. Even though it’s commonly called the “morning-after pill,” there are three types of EC […]Read more »
4 days ago, I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend. My period was supposed to get here yesterday and I am worried I could be pregnant. He said that a bit of semen might have gone in, but that he thinks it wasn’t enough to get pregnant. Is this true?Updated 2 October 2015 under Ask Us.
No! You can get pregnant anytime you are not using condoms and/or birth control. You can even become pregnant if your partner removes his penis from your vagina before he […]Read more »
My period is 6 days late… Am I pregnant? I’m really scared. Please HELP!Updated 17 September 2014 under Ask Us.
Getting a pregnancy test would be the first thing to do to make sure. However, there can be other reasons why your period is late. Stress and anxiety can cause […]Read more »
Pregnancy: Unplanned Pregnancy – About AbortionUpdated 28 April 2020 under Health Guides.
Abortion Many youth have questions about pregnancy and abortion. If you have just found out that you are pregnant, you may feel overwhelmed, sad, happy, or unsure about options and […]Read more »
I’m on birth control pills and my boyfriend and I use condoms. Recently while we were having sex, the condom broke. I forgot to take my Pill that night, could I still get pregnant?Updated 22 July 2014 under Ask Us.
There is a slight chance you could be pregnant. You should always take a forgotten birth control pill as soon as you remember. If you miss 1 birth control pill, […]Read more »