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Forum Name: Fertility
|nick45150 - Thu Mar 06, 2008 11:24 am|
ok i was having sex and the sex was getting good and the condom broke and i didnt know it, it just felt really good o i kept going and got off in her and thought that the condom was still intact the condom was broken and pushed to the base of my penis, so i blew a huge load in her.. so if i get her "plan B" for her will it be ok.. we had sxx last night at 1:00am it hasnt been that long at all olny berley a full day. HELP IM OLNY 17 AND SCARED
|Dr. Chan Lowe - Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:52 pm|
Sorry for the delay in responding to your post; I just saw it. At this point (over a week after the episode) plan B will be ineffective. If your partner begins to have pregnancy symptoms (nausea, delayed period, breast tenderness, etc.) she should take a urine pregnancy test. These tests are reliable by about 4-5 weeks after the last period.
|Sunny6421 - Tue Oct 13, 2009 3:23 pm|
I'm on the pill and have been for some time, I always take it on time. However My Boyfriend and I were having a cuddle when he acidently slipped in side of me (just the head) and he said that he ejeculated into me. This was accidental but could I be pregnant. Please note that this happene on the Saturday, so I freaked and had a spare pill afterwards (I realise that it is not recomended) and then I took the Sunday and Monday contraceptive pills as well. But on Tuesday I started to take the pills that will allow mw to fall pregnant. It is Wednesday today, could I fall pregnant?
I know this topic isn't the same as the condom situation but I do think it applies but in a slightly diffrent manner. Could you please answer this quickly I and my boyfriend are worried.
|Debbie Miller, RN - Sat Oct 24, 2009 11:27 am|
We have addressed this question in another forum but the answer is that it is very unlikely with consistent use of birth control pills.
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