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Had sex, condom broke, semen leaked. Fear pregnancy?

hi i had sex with my girl friend on sunday night but while intercourse condom breaks and i realise it aftr completing my sex bt the semen leaks out of her vagina when i removed condom from her vagina.i am very scared of her pregnancy.is there any chance of pregnancy.her last period came on between 12september to 15 september..plz suggest i really need ur help....
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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Thank you for query.The dates are too old to comment.Pregnancy depends on timing of ovulation and intercourse.safe period for intercourse is before 9th day and after 21st of menstrual cycle if regular cycles.if you had intercourse in this you are safe and need not bother.it also depends on sperm count,motility etc.if missed period use otc test kit after 7 days of missed day.Consult doctor for further management. Take proper precautions while using condom next time.Dr Bharatesh D Basti

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