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Ninja Foxx
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Okay, so last night my boyfriend and I had sex (both virgins) and he put the condom on correctly and all that and he came inside the condom but when he was taking it out he forgot to hold the base of the condom and I felt this weird sticky stuff on my inner thigh and near my vagina. I wiped it off with my underwear (after going into a mad panic) and he said that if it was cum it will show up really white on the underwear after a couple of hours, it's now the morning and it's not really white or anything. I'm scared, could I be pregnant? Oh, and my period ended around wednesday this week.
Thanks ......

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Two nights ago my boyfriend (not a virgin) and I (virgin) had unprotected sex. He didn't pull out. I'm not fertile, but I need to know how high the risks are that I could be pregnant, and what I can do! Help me please.
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Bg, I think they are incredibly high. You didnt use protection your first time? Come on, girl.
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NinjaFoxx, have you asked your boyfriend if the condom slipped off? When condoms come off, it's noticeable, and if it didn't slip, then your risk of pregnancy is very low. If it did come off, then you still have time to take emergency contraception.

Bg, your risk of pregnancy is high - since this happened two nights ago, you still have time to get emergency contraception, but if you do, you'll want to do it soon, as it's more likely to be effective the sooner it's taken. Unprotected intercourse also presents high risks of sexually transmitted infections, so you'll want to get a full screening in about a month, and another one six months after that. (Just FYI: in the future, when you have a new question, please start a new topic instead of posting in someone else's thread.)

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