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Partially protected sex, did not ejaculate. Worried about pregnancy

Hi, Im a bit worried about myself and my girlfriend... yesterday we had sex with a condom and I cumed in the condom and found no holes or anything... we then relaxed and then I went toilet for a wee, after we had sex again about 30 mins later we a new condom but this time the condom broke but im 100% sure I didnt cum again... but Im worried about if she might be pregnant, any advise?
Asked On : Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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Hello. Welcome to Healthcare Magic.
Any condom failure, even when ejaculation hasn't occurred, could lead to pregnancy. Regardless of you just having urinated, there will be enough active sperm in your pre-ejaculation secretions (precum) to fertilize your girlfriend's egg.
Thus, if you want to prevent a pregnancy, it's appropriate to use emergency contraception, such as Plan B, Next Choice, or i-pill. When taken within 24 hours of sex, emergency contraception will prevent 95% of pregnancies. When used within 72 hours, these medications are 85% effective.
I hope that answers your question, and good luck!
Answered: Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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