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warrior
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My boyfriend and I had sex 6 days after i began my period. We used protection and he pulled out before ejaculating. We check the condom and their was a little tear in the condom. What are my risk considering he pulled out with no ejaculation and it was 6 days after my period began.
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warrior
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im sorry for double posting i know i am not supposed but i did not read my post until i posted it. I wanted to add that the tear was in the top of the condom, not where the head would be, but the end where you would unroll the condom.
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icy_gal
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Okay, here's the deal, short and sweet.

First of all, pulling out is NOT a good method of birth control. Even WITH a condom, cuz it can tear on the way out or slip.

Even if he DIDN'T ejaculate, if you got pre-cum anywhere near you, make sure you get a pregnancy test to take. Also, in the future, make sure you use LOTS of lube so that there's less risk of the condom tearing.

For now, try to stay calm and just remember this for the future.
Until later, talk to your boyfriend just in case, and research better ways of birth control. :-)


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warrior
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i did not get precum anywhere near me. we were having sex and then decided to stop, we were not using it as a form of birth control. we were fully aware of the risk, but we stopped because of personal reasons. We used the condom and there was a tear near the top, where no cum would have been able to come out of.
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icy_gal
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Don't worry.

You asked, I told you. You sound pretty safe after what your last post said. Making sure you're safe is a key thing to keep in mind, and it sounds like you did.

Anything else you need? Just ask!


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momomo
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You wouldn't know if you had gotten pre-cum anywhere near you. If there was a hole in the condom and you were having PIV intercourse, then you probably were exposed to pre-cum. however, it does sound like you don't have a huge chance. take a test in 10 days, or get EC within 72 hours.
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