Yesterday was my first time sex, my boyfriend wore a boyfriend but not sure if wore correctly as it was all baggy. While we were having sex, it was kind of slipping off half of it, and it the end we noticed there was some sperm leakage from the condom base (He wasn't actually inside me, but was touching with my outer vaginal parts.) Can this lead to pregnancy ? I am im cycle day 22, usually my total cycle is 35 days. The emergency pill is not legal in where i'm from, what can i do please ? Thanks.
Hi! If you were my patient, I would recommend that you contact your ob/gyn doctor immediately, there are some ways that ob/gyn doctors know to use regular birth control pills to prevent pregnancy. Probably you are not at very high risk since your partner had not actually penetrated. A 35 day cycle is longer than normal (21-31 days is normal) so suggests that you are not ovulating, which would help in this circumstance too. Good luck! Dr B
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