It is always important to say that there is a risk of pregnancy anytime semen comes into contact with the vagina. Since your partner ejaculated inside of you, there is a risk of pregnancy.
Lets talk a little bit about Emergency Contraception. Emergency Contraception is a hormonal emergency birth control method used to delay ovulation to reduce the risk of a pregnancy. The hormones delay ovulation – the process when the ovaries release an egg – and thicken cervical mucus. Emergency Contraception is not an abortion pill. It will not harm or end a pregnancy; it will only work to delay ovulation to reduce the risk of a pregnancy. Emergency Contraception can be taken up to 5 days after pregnancy may have occurred, and it is more effective the sooner it is taken.
It is hard to know if Emergency Contraception was effective, because it only is effective if the person has not already ovulated. The best way to know if you are pregnant is to take a pregnancy test 14 days after pregnancy may have occurred.
You can make an appointment to take a pregnancy test at our Teen Clinic! give us a call to make an appointment! 303-442-5160