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LosersForever
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My boyfriend and I had sex a little while ago and the condom slipped off. It was still inside of me and ejaculate was everywhere. Neither of us realized that it had slipped until after. What do I do? Pregnancy risk??? Please help!
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ErinK
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You can get emergency contraception: call 1-800-not-2-late to find out more. I'd recommend that you do so as soon as possible.
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LosersForever
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Thanks.
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