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My boyfriend and I both lost our virginity the other night...he used a condom which did not break...and he pulled out. I am not on birth control ...so is there still a chance that I could become pregnant. An answer would really be appreciated...I am kind of freaking out.
You're asking a question for which there is no answer. The odds say that if you properly use a condom along with spermicide, your chances of pregnancy are slim. So keep doing what you're doing and be sure you both know proper usage. The only sure way to know whether you're pregnant is to buy an early pregnancy test kit at your local pharmacy. You also have the option right now of buying Plan B, which is emergency contraception. It's also available at your local pharmacy, but you need to take it ASAP in order for it to be effective. Now that you're being sexually active, I suggest you both educate yourselves on effective means of birth control and risk reduction. MedHelp has several helpful sites:
No u couldn't b pregnant u said the condom didn't burst n he pulled out so no there no way u could b pregnant but nw since ur both hve n sex u should nw think about bn on some type of birth control because a condom can burst r u could say he pulled out but some guys may b truthful about it thn some guys may not b truthful bout it so the safest way is 2 use birth control if ur not ready for a family yet keep it safe even while ur on birth control still use a condom keeps u safe frm std's good luck n ur choosen
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