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cherrydrop
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kay so a day ago me and my bf had sex. He penetrated me but before that i had rubbed most of the precum if not all off. he was in for about 7 seconds before pulling out and then we used a condom.

I want to know whats the risk? when he went in he was not fully erect either, and had not ejaculated. iam aware of sti risks.

I don't know where i can get EC, as iam under 18 and i do not want my parents to know. but would it be possible if my bf went to get some? or do i have to be there to get i myself? [Frown] I live in Canada

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Gumdrop Girl
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If you allow for any penetration without a condom, then you have NOT used it properly. So yes, you have a risk there.

I don't know Canadian policy regarding EC, but really, you should be able to get it yourself without getting your parents involved.

In the future, please use a condom for ALL genital to genital contact.

Have you considered getting regular birth control pills?

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cherrydrop
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yaah it was a spur of the moment thing >_<

thing is i don't know if i cann get EC in time =\

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LilBlueSmurf
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There is NO reason why you should have trouble getting EC in time. You have 120hrs from the risk.

EC is available over the counter in Canada (but you need to speak to a pharmacist). It's about $40, w/ no insurance. I believe it DOES show up as EC if you use your parents insurance, so make sure you ask the pharmacist first if you don't want your parents to know.

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