(Closed) Would you get Plan B for this?

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Post # 16
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2015

Oh, yikes.  I just realized who this person is too.  I understand why you’re posting under a different username, but your thread was closed down last time for this very same reason.

I hope you got Plan B.  But, a fair warning, I once took it within 24 hours and still got pregnant. This was like 11 years ago before the formula changed… but it’s not fool proof.  Birth control like the pill, an IUD, and/or condoms (though condom failure was the reason I took it) are all better forms.  Have you gotten your cycle back yet postpartum?

Post # 17
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

Plan B.

I would also get on a Plan C and use some other form of protection aside from pulling out cause your body is a fertile ass garden and you’re gonna get babies.

Post # 18
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

sunflower188 :  wait, your baby is 4 months old and you’re having unprotected sex with a new partner? Did I read that right?

If so: Oh man this makes me anxious for you. USE BIRTH CONTROL!! It’s one thing to use the pull out method with your spouse, it’s a whole different thing to use it with a new partner when you already have a tiny baby….

Post # 19
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

Oh geez ESPECIALLY if this is Still-Married Guy. Girl what are you doing??!? You have a baby! He’s married! Use birth control for Christ’s sake!!!

Post # 20
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2017

It amazes me when people do this but are like “ooooohhh I don’t want to be pregnant but I don’t want to do plan b and we don’t use condoms for whatever reason and I KNOW that I was ovulating but I relied on the pullout method anyway”

If you want a baby, you want a baby. It is what it is. If he doesn’t want one and you’re taking such a huge risk, that’s awful. I always tell my husband when we are in my fertile window and we take extra precautions because it was a bit too early to ttc. He doesn’t know my body but I do, and I tell him, “hey, sex right now will put us at a very high chance of a pregnancy and baby would be due in this month so…”

But if you don’t want a baby stop taking ridiculous risks like this.

My sister in law used to tell us that all FOUR of her pregnancies were accidents and oopsies. It actually offended me that she thought that I was stupid enough to believe it… but everyone in her life believed everything she said until I came into the picture and saw her manipulations

Post # 21
Hostess
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: Dorset, UK

vanessalynn22 :  Oh shiiiiiiiiit lol. Congratulations but good luck trying to hide it! 

Post # 22
Hostess
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: Dorset, UK

Sansa85 :  Wow! As if she really thought that people would believe her. Once – yeah sure, twice – ok, maybe didn’t learn your lesson, three times – girl seriously, four times – lies. Straight up lies ha ha 

Post # 23
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Sansa85 :  I’ve never understood why people would want to say a kid was an “oops”, let alone four of them! It looks like you have no idea how to adult. When I got pregnant someone asked me if it was planned (she’s IVF so yes, very much so) and I was so offended that they would think I was so irresponsible as to not know how to prevent an unwanted pregnancy! 

Post # 24
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2012

FYI in many states you can’t get divorced while you’re pregnant.

AND they will put your current husband’s name on the birth certificate regardless.

Congrats on your second baby tho!

Post # 25
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2017

LilliV :  they went on and on after the fourth pregnancy about a drunken ooosie accident and it was just so disgusting. He still believes it was an accident. But I listened to her for two years and I was not wrapped up in her manipulations. He would go on and on about how she decided that they should get drunk and that they ended up having sex and then BOOM. A whoopsie baby

He knew exactly when it happened because they despised each other and never had sex until that night

And yes, he told us all about that 🤮🤮

Also, when we weren’t sure if number two was going to happen, I was talking about how my husband wasn’t sure so I wasn’t sure if we would try for another. My bil said “well be careful, I thought we were done too!” And I was like… “this is a joint decision so….”

Post # 26
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2017

Mrs_Beer :  people actually did. After we found out about the fourth pregnancy my mil told me “and she was JUST about to go to the dr for birth control too, it’s so crazy”

I was like… “mil… TWO YEARS after the last baby was born? She was just NOW going to get on birth control but she got pregnant first?? She’s telling you what you want to hear, we listened to her for two years. She even talked about not needing her husband, she could get a donor for another baby…”

Post # 27
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: February 2016

LilliV :  people can know how to adult but still have oops babies. Condoms break, the pill fails, implants stop pumping out hormones, Plan B isn’t 100% effective. That person had no right asking if your daughter was planned or not but not everyone who falls with an oops baby is irresponsible. As for mentioning it, why not? You’re just admitting your life didn’t go as planned but it doesn’t mean the baby is unwanted.

Post # 28
Hostess
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: Dorset, UK

Sansa85 :  huh? What do you mean she talked about not needing her husband? 

Post # 29
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2017

Mrs_Beer :  she said to him in front of us “I don’t really need you anyway, I can find a donor for another baby”. She had some incredibly deep issues and unfortunately she passed away before she could resolve them

She expected us to believe that she was shocked at this pregnancy again after talking like that for two years lol

she had one miscarriage and three healthy pregnancies

Post # 30
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2019

Mrs_Beer :  thanks! I wish I had not have gone for the mermaid style dress 🤦🏻‍♀️, I’m hoping at 3 months I won’t be showing at all, it’s my first baby and I’ve heard that most women don’t show, I’m keeping my fingers crossed!! 😂 

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