(Closed) Would you get Plan B for this?

posted 1 week ago in No Kids
Post # 46
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Buzzing Beekeeper

sunflower188 :  Are you TRYING to get pregnant? Because it really sounds like you’re trying to get pregnant.

Post # 48
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sunflower188 :  you’re putting pregnancy completely in his hands 🤷🏻‍♀️

Post # 49
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sunflower188 :  So why would you leave this decision up to him when you have so many other options for protecting yourself?

Post # 50
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This cannot possibly be real at this point.

Does the jizz not end up on you somewhere if he’s supposedly pulling out? Do you know how a penis works.

Or creative writing project for that cool new high school class perhaps?

Post # 51
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sunflower188 :  maybe, maybe not. But you’ve been seeing him maybe 6 months? He’s demonstrated how trustworthy he is by telling you he had an emotional affair while married, plus having an emotional affair with you. He’s still married. Is he living with his wife? Sleeping with her? He might tell you he’s not but is he doing anything to actually end the marriage? You’re putting a lot of trust in someone who has done nothing to earn it and doesn’t seem that trustworthy. And yeh, if you’re using the pull out method he should probably be aiming high regardless of your position. 

As Sansa85 said, you’re putting a pregnancy in his hands. Decide if that’s a risk worth taking.

Post # 53
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You’re either really really stupid or doing this just to get a rise.

Post # 54
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I’ve taken Plan B for occasions where I have a way smaller chance of getting pregnant than this.

Post # 55
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This is that Zebra poster isn’t it? Didn’t she have this exact problem like a month ago?

Girl…get it together. 

Post # 56
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Yes, try the Plan B (if it is within the 72 hours). Then get a new form of birth control. I would only use withdrawal method if I didn’t care all that much whether or not I got pregnant. If it is really, really important to you not to get pregnant, use another method. You can use withdrawal, too, but back it up with Nexplanon or something reliable. Anyway, you should be using condoms with this guy, too. Who knows what he is carrying. 

Post # 57
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Buzzing bee

Six months ago you said, “I do refuse to sleep w him and he knows this would never be on the table until [divorce] papers signed.” 

Does this mean his divorce has gone through? 

Post # 58
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I doubt it, several months ago she was having sex like 6 times a day as a single mom with a newborn, don’t think he was divorced then either. browneyedgirl24 :  

Post # 59
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Busy bee

sunflower188 :  “Ahh… thanks Bees… usually he pulls out well in advance but the sudden startled look on his face and quick pull out gives me no confidence that we succeeded this time… yikes.”

This part of your post stood out to me. Why didn’t you just ask him what happened? Is their lack of confidence that he would tell the truth?

All the best.

Post # 60
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Busy bee

Correction: Is *there lack of confidence?

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