Caroline (16) writes: Me and My boyfriend were just having a little fun, and he only put the tip of his penis in and then a while after he ejaculated on my body but he is not sure if he pre-ejaculated inside my vagina, we are panicking and are not sure what to do, should i take the Morning after pill, please help.
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It’s very rare to get pregnant from pre-ejaculation fluid. When he ejaculated, did he get any semen around your vagina or did it just stay around your belly, chest or breasts? If he only put the tip of his penis in and you’re only dealing with a little bit of pre-ejaculation fluid, you’re probably fine and have no need to worry.
However, if you’re sure that some semen actually got around your vagina area and may have gotten inside it, then taking the Morning After Pill as quickly as possible should make it difficult to get pregnant. The Morning After Pill is most effective when taken ASAP after having unprotected sex. The longer you wait, the less effective the Morning After Pill will be.
The biggest caution regarding taking any form of Morning After Pill is that you may experience some unpleasant side effects (so it’s never something you want to casually pop into your mouth – it’s much, much safer for your body to get started on a daily birth control pill). Side effects may range from nausea to irregular periods to cramping.