from the post under this one...im not sure what to tell you..some of the girls on here have more expierence then me,...but i would say i dont think there is any way because you were both covered and the sperm dies when it hits air....so im not sure.....but i wouldnt think...you could always go and get a plan b pill...you can buy it over the counter and take it...i dont think you need it tho...its very uunlikey that your pregnant,...
I'm not sure why you would want to increase your risk of miscarriage? If you do not want to get pregnant, your best defense it to use protection (condoms at minimum) or if you have an "oops" the morning after pill.
Given the risks of miscarriage (including hemorrhage that could lead to death, infection and/or having to have an emergency hysterectomy) you are much better of trying to prevent a pregnancy in the first place.
If you ARE pregnant and do not want the baby and do not want to consider giving the baby up for adoption...please do yourself a favor and go to a safe facility such as Planned Parenthood and have a legal abortion. There are good reasons that pro choice advocates fight so hard to keep abortion legal...trying to miscarry/abort on your own is dangerous.
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