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Had unprotected sex. Prevention to not get pregnant?

Me and my girlfriend didn t completely have sex but we stuck it in a few times but I wasn t wearing a condom but I know I didn t cum inside her but I m still so scared both of us are we re both I m really deep mess if she get pregnant please help me and if so how can we help prevent if she might get pregnant PLEASE HELP ?!?!?
Asked On : Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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Dear B,
It's always better to use condoms, whether it's 'complete sex' or not, as preseminal fluid contains some sperms. Following an unprotected sex, to avoid pregnancy, Emergency Contraceptive Pills (Unwanted72 , iPill etc) may help, if used with in 72 hours. However overuse of the same cannot be advised due to the side effect profile.
If you are in doubt, confirm with a simple Urine Pregnancy Test, and if it's positive don't be panic and go for any drastic measures,get an expert help.
Thank you.
Answered: Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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