last night i was fooling around w/ my boyfriend. we're both virgins, but last night he got out a condom and started to have sex w/ me but the condom broke he's really worried- but i'm not as much. for one thing, i dont think he was that deep inside me, and he kept slipping out, seeing as we're kind of fumbling virgins who suck at this sort of thing second, i saw some cum on his sheets, which makes me think he wasnt even inside of me when he came... it was, i'd say something like a tablespoon on the sheets, how much is regular? the other thing, that thought of afterward- was that there was no pain, and i didnt bleed at all--- even when he's fingered me i've felt him deeper inside, and felt much more pressure and a little pain. since there was none of that, i'm almost sure he didnt break my hymen- can i get pregnant if that's intact? and for future reference- how much will i bleed if he does break it? what's your advice at this point?
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Go to your doctor or to Planned Parenthood **NOW** and get emergency contraception. Emergency contraception is effective within to 72 hours of sexual contact.
I say this because the condom broke and you saw semen leakage. This could very well mean that semen got into your vagina.
And it is unlikely that your hymen would wholly be intact. If it were, it would not be possible to menstruate and it would not be possible to penetrate without breaking. So don't rely on your hymen as a sperm barrier.
So yes, your risk of getting pregnant is actually high.
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