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Had protected sex. Been on birth control. How likely am I to get pregnant?

Hi, I have been on birth control for 9 months, Migrogestin 1/20 since October 2012. I started Minocycline on January 29, 2013. My boyfriend and I had protected sex last night (February 15, 2013), but the condom broke. He pulled out right when he heard it break and he hadn t come yet. The condom was dry on the inside. We immediately left to go to Walgreens for a plan B pill , and I took Next Choice at 12:24am on February 16, 2013--approximately 2 hours after sex. I was wondering how likely it is that I become pregnant? Also, are there any additional steps I should or could take? Should I continue taking Minocycline? Thanks for your help.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
You had no protection as you were on minocycline which interfers with oral contraceptive pills (OCP).Your boy friend cum inside you or not didn't matter as precum also contains sperms but there is nothing to worry as you had taken plan B,so no chance of pregnancy .
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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