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mallory17
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me and my boyfriend Taylor had sex for the first time together last night at a party. we both have had another partner before, if that make any difference. so we weren't each other's first. we used a condom, and i had him fill it up with water first to make sure there were no holes. and there wasn't. but how much of a chance do i have still of becoming pregnant? i'm kinda freaking out, and we don't have any way of getting EC pills. and my last peirod was around 10 days ago so i'm not sure when my ovaluting thing is.
should i be worried if we used a condom??

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cool87
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If you used a condom properly for all genital contacts and it did not slipped off or broke(you would have noticed it if it did) , then you haven't had any pregnancy risk and you can put your mind at rest. :)

I don't see any pregnancy risk here but if you are extremely worried, then you can always take a pregnancy test 10-14 days after your risk to ease your mind.

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