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My boyfriend and I were having sex tonight, but before long, he pulled out when he realized that the condom had broken. However, I am on the third day of my period and all he did was pre-ejaculate. What are my chances of pregnancy? I need to know as soon as possible, but I can't call a gynocologist or anything right now, seeing as it's 11:00 at night.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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You still have time to get to a doctor or clinic to get the morning after pill, so honey, do! I couldn't tell you your exact chances of pregnancy, but yes, there's definitely a risk. But at least there's still time to reduce that risk greatly.
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