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Sex DURING PERIOD - CONDOM BROKE - Can i be pregnant? me and my boyfriend had sex on the fifth day of my period (today), it was really light so we decided to. During sex the condom broke and after he finished we noticed it completely broke. will i get pregnant? will my period not come for the next couple of days if i am pregnant? ... am i not ovulating when i have my period, is this the best OR worst time to get pregnant? PLEASE HELP ME. thank you.. ps. i am planning on going to planned parenthood tommorrow at 12/12:30 in the afternoon ( i had sex at 11/11:15 tonight).
Asked On : Mon, 21 Dec 2009
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Yes, you could be pregnant. A lot of people think you cannot get pregnant during your period, but that is not true. I would recommend, in the future, using plenty of lubrication when using a condom, as this prevents the condom from breaking. Also, make sure your boyfriend is wearing a condom that fits him well (a condom that is too small is more likely to break). Lastlym it wouldn't hurt to periodically check the condom to make sure it is still intact. It may not add much to the mood, but better safe than sorry. A brief explanation: A newly-conceived embryo doesn't need the lining that the mother has made (yet), so being on your period doesn't mean you can't get pregnant. In fact, a lot of women who conceive shortly before their period still have their normal period because the embryo doesn't yet need the tissue of the mother.
Answered: Mon, 21 Dec 2009
  Anonymous's Response
Me and my boyfriend had sex and he ejaculated and we stopped. then the condom broke. he thinks it broke after we had sex, not during though. What if the condom broke during sex and some of the sperm got inside of me, can I still get pregnant?
Answered: Tue, 1 Jun 2010
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