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  • Found his pubic hair on the second after sex...

    Hello everyone,

    Well I know this isn't the first time you hear this question but every case is different. So here is mines. Im in my mid 20's. I got an IUD (copper/paragard) in Dec 2016. And my partner and I use condoms too. Just to be precautions. Well we had sex just this Wednesday. And he pulled out before cumming. And he noticed the condom was leaking. But I didn't feel anything wet or didn't feel skin friction either. However, when I went to pee after sex, I noticed two of his pubic hairs on the toilet paper. And today Friday morning I noticed another of his pubic hair on the toilet paper. We don't live together and it can't be my hair because I shaved. And we've been wondering if I should take plan b to minimize the chances.

    I've taken two or three plan b in the last year. So my period timing has been off as well. Am I over reacting? Any advice would be appreciated. I also should be getting my period soon. I've been spotting since Monday but hasnt let loose. I think cause I've been eating lemon lately too.

    Please help.
    Nev.

  • IUD is one of the most effective forms of birth control. You are fine.

    On a separate note, taking plan B 2-3 times in a single year seems excessive. What lead to that?
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    • Welcome to WH!

      Pubic hairs, for some reason, seem to be able to hide almost anywhere.
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