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I'm on the contraceptive pill and am two pills into the new pack after the 7 day break. I've just had sex with my boyfriend, but when he pulled out we noticed some sperm had leaked out the bottom of the condom.

I've also had a bit of an upset stomach today, so almost diarrhoea type symptoms.

Should I take the emergency morning after pill, or is it unlikely any sperm will have impregnated me?


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Unless you had a severe bout of diarrhea within hours of taking today's pill, there is no reason to assume that the protection was compromised.

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