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I'm not too worried about it, but I'm just curious
Me and my boyfriend had sex without a condom and he came right after he pulled out all over my vagina. The next day I got EC.
I'm just curious if I could be pregnant? And if I could take a test before Thursday(I have an appoint for Birth Control pills).

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If you too EC, it's highly unlikely you could be pregnant.

How long ago was this risk? A test is accurate as early as 10-14 days after a pregnancy risk, so if Thursday is sooner than that it would be too soon to take a test.

Let the doctor you see know during your appointment that you had a pregnancy risk and took Emergency Contraception so they are aware if they need to give you any special instructions in starting your pills because of it.

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