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okay so my period hasnt come yet and i had sex with a boy without sue me.but he pulled out before he ejackulated... but before he put it in there was pre-cum on it...
my question is... can pre-cum get you pregnant?
and how much is birth control?

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Yes, it most certainly can.
And different methods of birth control vary in price and effectiveness, but condoms, the only one that protects you from pregnancy and STIs, can be anywhere from free, to a couple of dollars each. Pretty cheap. If your period's late, you can take a pregnancy test now, and I suggest you do.

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Also, if this happened less than seventy-two hours ago you can use emergency contraception .

Also check out Margaret Sanger’s Disneyland - An easy chart of your birth control options
A Simple Condom Primer
A Quickie STD/STI Risk Assessment

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