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Ekw14
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I had sex this weekend on Friday March 29. We used a condom. It was both if our first times so we were struggling a bit with the positioning and all..he pulled his penis out to re-position it I guess and when he did, the condom came off. It did not touch me and neither did his penis without a condom on. So he put it back on and went back in..he only ejaculated inside the condom. However, alcohol was involved so I was worried that maybe I just forgot an important detail, like if his pre-ejaculate did come in contact with me. I am 98% sure it did not but I am a very paranoid person so I took Plan B that Sunday. We had sex on Friday at around 3:30 and I took the pill at around 9:45 pm Sunday night. No chance I could be pregnant right? My last period was around March 18 but I'm expecting it to get messed up from the pill. I plan to go on birth control soon! Thanks
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Whenever there's intercourse, even with a condom or other methods of contraception, there can never be zero chance of pregnancy because it's just not something that is guaranteed impossible.

Was the condom left inside you or was it still on the end of his penis when he withdrew? If it was still on, the condom was still doing its job. If it was inside you, the chance of pregnancy is still low because he hadn't ejaculated and you took Plan B.

For the future, when your partner withdraws, you or them should hold the base of the condom around the penis. That way, the condom shouldn't come off [Smile] If you'd like more information about condom usage, you could have a look at Condom Basics: A User's Manual

Are you all good with planning your birth control, or would you like any information about the different methods or how to access them?

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Thank you for the response
The condom was not left inside of me, so that's good.
I know how to get birth control but my only problem is convincing my mom to let me go on it.

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Would you like any help with planning out how to have those talks with your mom?

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She actually scheduled me to have an appointment with the gyno for tomorrow! Thank you though
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