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    Hello. I am looking for a little reassurance as I had a huge slip up. I was seeing two different men. Unfortunately I made the insanely stupid decision to sleep with both unprotected within a 24 hour period. I had my last period on Feb 11th which lasted until the 17th. On the 18th I had sex numerous times with guy 1. During the day I was experiencing some short sharp pains but that is nothing new to my body right after coming off my period. He never ejaculated inside me but to be safe in the afternoon on the 18th I took a Plan B. On the 19th, I had sex 4xs with guy 2. He did ejaculate inside me all four times. Today is the 26th and I have some light brown spotting. While I understand how the Plan B works and also that I made a huge mistake, I am curious if anyone can assist me in easing my mind by explaining the likelihood that guy 2 is the father vs guy 1. I have not had a positive pregnancy test yet so this could be a simple side effect of the pill but I also had implantation bleeding with my first pregnancy over 11 years ago. Also I have a normal 28 day cycle so next period isn’t set to start until March 16th so I’m too far out for a home pregnancy test.

  • That does seem more likely but probably not by a big margin. You are likely not going to be pregnant, after taking plan B.

    Your periods are likely to be messed up for awhile too, so don't freak out too much when you don't have it on time.
    Best of luck! Next time make those boys wrap it up!!

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    • Absolutely. Not even sure what I was thinking aside from the normal excuse that I wasn't. Dumb mistake. Will not be happening again! Too old to make those types of mistakes. I appreciate your response and you not being judgmental!

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      • Believe me, you're never too old to make dumb mistakes, but it's best if you learn from them! :-)

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        • Originally posted by Texasred View Post
          Believe me, you're never too old to make dumb mistakes, but it's best if you learn from them! :-)
          So true!

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