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Condom split during intercourse, no ejaculation, felt sick, stomach pain. Took morning after pill. Cause?

hi i had sex on the 6 of october at around 1:15-1:20 in the afternoon..the condom came off when my boyfriend pulled out it spilt when he pulled out?..i don't think any cum went up me. We then had it again in the same day about 2-3 hours later but the condom slipt again after 1-2 mins so we stopped but he had no cummed or pre-cummed at this point..i then started to feel sick and really bad stomach pains and feeling like i was going to pass out? i took the morning after pill on 7 of october at around 1:20-1:30..i just want to know what the feeling sick and feeling like i was going to pass out was about?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Hello
Thanks for your query.
What you described sounds very much like unprotected intercourse, so yes, there is a definite risk of pregnancy.
The morning after pill is more than 95 % effective in preventing a pregnancy .
The sickness and passing out could be due to side effects of the morning after pill.
Also, it could be due to vigorous sex where vasovagal reflex could have occurred.
It could be simple low blood pressure, dehydration etc.
take care.
Answered: Sun, 20 Oct 2013
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