Have not been using any contraception for the last few years and have always been, erm, VERY careful. Bit careless last night on day 14 (worked it out in the morning).
Also have the clear egg white-like mucus this morning.
I know I could get the morning after pill but how soon do I need to take it? And am I worrying unnecessarily? It took me nearly 2 years to conceive my DS and I'm 42 BTW-the chances are quite slim aren't they really?
BTW, a friend the same age as me has just told me she's pregnant, did exactly what I've just done!!
I didn't use contraception for many years, and was very careful with dates. And then once I wasn't - ooh about 2 years and 9 months ago - with a great friend who I'd known for years (very drunk!).
My lovely DP is now upstairs, and my 2yo DS is here with me
So, you're certainly not worrying unnecessarily IMO!
The morning after pill needs to be taken within 72 hours, but the sooner you take it the better chance you have of it working. The odds are only about 85% IIRC? (One of my best friends left it till the last minute, and has a (lovely) 3yo DS as a result.)
Your age and the fact it took 2 years to conceive DS do make it less likely you're pregnant. But certainly not impossible!
We used withdrawal method until we wanted to have a baby. Got pregnant first month of trying 1st (DD), 2nd (mc) and 3rd (twins!) time....Though your age and history might be a bit different, I still think I'll be on the morning after pill if we have any accidents in future.