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User of Ortha Evra contraceptive. Skipped it during unprotected sex. Be paranoid?

hi, I am a user of the Ortha Evra contraceptive patch , and i started my new week last Wednesday, well was supposed to, but i forgot to Put on a New patch and left it till the day after... so i had to start a new Cycle.. but i have just experienced an incident as i just had intercourse a while ago with my Boyfriend, we were using back up protection (A condom) and we didnt realise until after he ejaculated that the condom had split; how Paranoid should i be about becoming pregnant? (tomorrow is the day i change my patch - 2nd week)
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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The effective use of birth control, including the patch, places the risk of pregnancy at

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