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skittles123
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My boyfriend and I were messing around today and things went a little bit too far... we didnt have a condom and he came into me but for like 3 seconds and then he took it out! then we tried different positions and we always checked for precum and wiped it off everytime he came in me and afterwards each time he came in me was for about 5 seconds then he would take it out. then we stopped! it felt really good and it was our 1st time doing that without a condom and we're a bit scared now! my period is suppose to come in about a week so we got even more scared b/c wat if i was ovulating and not even that but that could increase my chances. What are the chances i can be preagant? What should i do? Do ecs require information about myself or can i just go the local clinic and ask for them? well i need advice reply soon! thanx
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JamsessionVT
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If he ejaculated in you, you absolutely have a very high pregnancy risk. It doesn't matter is he pulled out eventually, you still had unprotected sex.

You will be want to get emergency contraception ASAP (within 120 hours of the risk, or the next 5 days, but the sooner the better). I looked and I did not find any registered EC providers in your area, however there are several around you that you may go to. For cost, places like Planned Parenthood use a sliding scale to determine that, however it may vary depending on where you go. (Usually, you will find it anywhere from $15 and up)

For your own good, please please PLEASE use condoms, and don't have intercourse or participate in any sexual activity unless you do.


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skittles123
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where can i get emeregency contraceptives? i dont know where to go. i dont want to register and i dont wnat my parents to find out. wat can i do?

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LilBlueSmurf
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Unless EC is available over the counter in New Jersey (you can call your local pharmacy and ask), i think you'll have to, at the very least, tell whoever you go your name.

EC is usually available through clinics like Planned Parenthood, doctors offices, and the emergency department of hospitals. You can find a list of Planned Parenthoods in NJ here.

Unfortuneatly, unless you and your partner can come up with the money for the doctors visit and EC yourselves, you may have to tell your parents.

If you find that you can't afford regular sexual healthcare yourselves (annual exams, contraception, etc) and have a little extra money for emergencies (infections, EC, etc), you may want to re-evaluate your readiness for intercourse.

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Heather
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Bear in mind you two have also had STI risks, so you will both want to schdule a full screening about a month from now AND be a whole lot smarter in the future. When you don't have what you need to have sex safely and responsibly, you simply wait for high-risk activities until you do: it's really very easy.

EC isn't OTC anywhere in the U.S. so yes, you'll need to obtain it via a clinic or by calling you regular family doc or GYN and asking for a prescription.


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