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Jessica Wilkinson
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Me and my boyfriend have been having sex for about 3 months. We are always very careful and always use a condom. However last night we had our first scare. After he ejaculated in the condom and withdrew he noticed the condom has slipped off. Even though it was still inside of me the condom was mostly already out. He promised me that all of it stayed in the condom but I'm still scared. I'm not on the pill so condoms are our only protection. How much of a risk do I have???

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This could definitely be a significant risk, but since this only happened last night, you still have time to take Emergency Contraception.

Here is our pregnancy risk assessment page.

(Also, if that is your real full name, I would recommend that you remove your last name from your handle for your own protection and privacy. You can do that my clicking on "my profile" at the top right of the screen)

[ 12-20-2007, 11:41 AM: Message edited by: blysse_norwood ]

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