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I have been on bc pills for years now and take it every morning at 6. I recently had intercourse with my husband and even though he wore a condom, I'm a little nervous. I usually get him excited and put lube on him and then he puts the condom on. just as a precaution! Well we were so into it that he forgot I'm the only one who handles the lube bottle since we aren't sure if it has anything on it. He grabbed it and then put more lube on the condom. Should I be worried about pregnancy? Should I take plan b? I'm just worried because we don't want children at this point.
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You already combine the pill -- which clearly you use properly -- and condoms. Even with an error with one of those methods, you have highly effective pregnancy protection.

And neither of those methods are going to be compromised by something -- including semen -- being on a lube bottle, I assure you.

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