Hi. Myself and my freind had unprotected sexual intercourse on Friday night at least 3 times, each time I was about to ejeculate I did pull out. Saturaday afternoon around 2-3pm we purchased the Morning After Pill and she took it straight away.
Would she still have a high pregnancy risk?
Her periods ended on that tuesday which was the 24th August.
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Since she took Emergency Contraception, it is unlikely she will become pregnant.
You have both had high STI risks, however, and should both look into getting a full STI screening about a month from now, and a second 6 months after that.
In the future? Withdrawl is not a form a birth control and it does present pregnancy risks and high STI transmission risks. If you're going to be sexually active, it would be a good idea to choose a contraceptive method you're comfortable with (such as condoms- inexpensive, easy to use, and effective!) and stick to using it ALL the time.
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