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okay so i had sex the condom broke pre ejaculate fuid got in me. about 38 hours later i take an Emergency Contraception pill. how likely is it that i am pregnant? i had my period about 13 days before i had sex. pelase help me. its been about 6 days since i had sex. is there a deffinate way to see if i am pregnant this soon?
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You'll need to wait another week to take a pregnancy test.

But given how soon you got and took EC, and the fact that it was just pre-ejaculate, it's very unlikely you became pregnant.

Do you need assistance in how to use condoms more efficiently?

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