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Okay, I know my boyfriend and I were being REALLY stupid and caught up in the moment, but here's what happened:

We had sex the first time with a condom, used properly, no rips or anything. Then we hung out for a while, rested, and I went down on him, and he went down on me. Then we got really hot and caught up in what was happening, and he pushed inside me without a condom. We had sex for maybe two minutes, but he said he felt his pre-ejaculation and he pulled out. As he pulled out, the pre-ejaculation was coming out of his penis.

How bad is the pregnancy risk? My period isn't really supposed to come for another week or so, so I'm concerned.

I've learned my lesson. Never get caught up like that. Always use a condom! We've had sex a lot, and this is the first time this has happened.

My hopes are so high, that your kiss might kill me.
So won't you kill me?
So I'd die happy.
My heart is yours to fill or burst.
To break or bury, or wear as jewelry.
Whichever you prefer.
[hands down . dashboard confessional]

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You have a high pregnancy risk, Emergency Contraception is recommended if this risk happened less than 100 hours ago

We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.

- Albert Einstein

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