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guitar123
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So me and my girlfriend had sex three times yesterday...so much bc of long distance relationship. During the third time the condom broke and I pulled out instantly. I did pee before the sex so my risks are low right because there was no leftover siemen?. I didn't ejaculate or anything. Please help! Should she take plan b?
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With typical use of withdrawal, the efectiveness rate is at around 73-82%. If you had urinated since the last time you ejaculated, the risk is likely a bit lower still, but there's no way to say for sure.

Whether or not you should obtain EC depends on how comfortable you are with that risk.

[ 03-26-2011, 05:20 AM: Message edited by: September ]

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guitar123
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What if I did not ejaculate at all...there couldn't have been siemen present right? I also showered before sex
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You're more likely closer to perfect use of withdrawal, but yet somewhere between (which is about 96%). But as Joey said above, there's still time to get EC to lessen risk. There's also an STI risk, so if you're not both up-to-date with screenings you'll want to do that in about a month. Also? Were you using a good water-based lubricant? (And would you like to talk about finding a back-up method ya'all would be comfortable using,as doubling methods is more effective?).

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guitar123
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Yes whats an effective ec...I was using a water based lubricant...was somewhat aggressive sex

[ 03-26-2011, 12:25 PM: Message edited by: guitar123 ]

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Heather
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Here's information on EC: Emergency Contraception (Plan B or the Morning-After-Pill).

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