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missvee
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I had anal sex and he didn't use a condom. He also did not ejaculate in me. I'm currently on my period, and I'm supposed to start birth control tomorrow. What are my chances of getting pregnant from this? Should I use Plan B?
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OWL Dan
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If he did not ejaculate in (because it would leak out, like when he pulls out) you or near the vulva, then your chances are very low. Here is an article that might help you understand what the risks could be.

Pregnancy Scared?

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