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White leakage after sex using condoms, started Diane. Will it help ?

I had sex with my bf using condoms twice at the same day ... We noticed white leackage at the bottom of the condome not sure if leacked inside me or not ... My period (( not sure it was 16 or 20 sep)) we did sx at 3 of october .... I started diane pills they told me for 21 days daily pill will solve .... Pls urgent help as i dont like to be pregnant
Asked On : Tue, 8 Oct 2013
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Mar 2016

You did sex close to ovulation time and condom has failure rate near about 15%.

Diane is a combined OCP and it takes time to prevent conception. So, in this case, you do not get full protection. Emergency contraceptive pill within first 72 hrs is the best choice.

Here, you need to wait for next coming period and if it is delayed more than 7 days, one home pregnancy test is required to confirm. Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 8 Oct 2013
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