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So, my bf and I had sex about 2 weeks ago. I'm on OTC, but we still use condoms as a backup method. Well anyways, after he finished i got up (i was on top [Frown] can I say that?) and anyways the condom slid off of him a little bit. It didn't come off all of the way, and it wasn't inside me, it just slid up maybe half an inch or so. Is that something I should be worried about? I've been on the Otc for over a year, so I wasn't really worried about a pregnancy risk...but when I re-thought the situation I did go "hmmmmm.... I wonder" my period is supposed to come tomorrow xcrossingmyfingersx. I was just wondering what y'all thought about it...
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As long as you've been taking your pill correctly, you have had NO pregnancy risk (also, since the condom only slipped up, and did not come off, that would not have presented a risk).

In the future, be sure that your boyfriend holds the base of the condom when he withdrawls (or while you're getting up) and that should prevent it from slipping.

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