Yesterday morning i was having sex with my boyfriend and in the middle of the intercourse he pulled away from me because he said he felt somthing strange. Indeed the condom was broken! I was terrified, but my mom told me that if he hadn't ejaculated, then there is no danger. My bf hadn't ejaculated, but i don't know if he had any pre-ejaculate liquid (i do know that we both go to the toilet before and after sex). Unfortunately today i found a piece of the condom inside me, it came off in the bathroom. What now? Is there any danger????
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If you're not using another method of contraception (for example, the pill), there is some risk of pregnancy. As your boyfriend didn't ejaculate, you both used withdrawal as a method. That means the risk of pregnancy is much lower than if he had ejaculated, but there's still some risk. Our information about withdrawal is: Withdrawal
You have the option of using emergency contraception, which would lower the risk further. Is that something you'd like to do, and if so, do you know how to access it?
We can also talk with you about how to reduce the chance of condoms breaking in the future, if you like: used correctly, breakages are very rare.
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