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Well... Umm... me and my girlfriend just finished, and i pulled out, and the condom had a big rip in it, first condom that ever broak on me. :@ so, ulmost all of me went in her, we just wanted to know what the chance is of her getting pregnant, she just turned 17, and she has been on tetro-cycline (the birth control pill) for about 9 months, it was the second last day of her period. so what chance do u think she has to be pregnant??? Thanks in advance

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assuming she's been taking her pills correctly, she should be fine. if she's been taking her birth control pills consistantly and correctly, then there should be no need for emergency contraception. the name of her pills threw me for a loop -- there's an antibiotic called tetracycline. But if it's definitely a birth control pill, then good. But in the way off chance it might just be an antibiotic, well, you have 72 hours following the sexual encounter to get emergency contraception.

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