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Condom tore during sex only for some time. Chances of pregnancy ?

I had sex with my bf last tuesday and he used condom, butt somewhr condom torn out. But we noticed it and it was just for some seconds that he was inside mme without condom. He didn't cum in me, he discharged aftr a long. Time.
Are there any chances of gettting pregnant? I am having stomach. Pain now. What to do? Please suggest some home remedies to get rid of pregnancy plz plz help me
Asked On : Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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Hi

Pregnancy can occur only if semen is deposited inside vagina and sperms travel to the ovum and get fused to form zygote.
If the pre-cum or semen is not deposited inside vagina, you need not worry much. If you suspect deposition inside, it is better to do serum HCG

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Dr A CHAKRAVARTHY
eSexologist.com
Trivandrum, Kerala
Answered: Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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