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destiny4514
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MY boyfriend and i had sex last night and now im really afraid that i mite be pregnant cause we both had difficulty gettin the condom on... we threw the 1st one we used out but he mite have precumed on it.. is that ok? as long as it didnt get inside my area..and also we filled the condom with water after we had sex and there were no holes but im so scared that the 1st condom made me pregnant.. What is the earliest pregnancy test i can get?
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ErinK
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If you used a condom for all genital contact and it didn't slip off, rip, or tear (and from what you're describing it sounds like it didn't), then your risk of pregnancy should be low.

If you're worried that you may have a pregnancy risk due to problems with your condom, you can obtain emergency contraception from a sexual health clinic or an emergency room. Just click on the link to learn more about EC.

You can take a pregnancy test as soon as you miss your period, or 10 to 14 days after the incident. A pregnancy test will not be effective before then.


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