Straight forward - My girlfriend and I had sex. The condom broke, was in her for max 10 seconds after it tore. I urinated 1-3 times before sex occurred, she urinated straight after it broke (within 2mins). I did not EJACULATE (finish) and was not even close. Could've been Pre-cum, I assume. It was at 6-7pm. It was during her OVULATION DAY (according to her calendar), the next day she took an ECP from a pharmacist who also took this information. The pill was taken within 24 hours, at about 1:30pm. I'm extremely worried, please give me information, I don't want her life messed up because of me.
Whether or not either of you urinated has nothing to do with avoiding pregnancy. She cannot know when she ovulates we don't do it by the calender. If she already ovulated an ecp does nothing. How long you are in her means nothing. Any time there is penetration without protection there is a chance of pregnancy. Now that we've got all the myths out of the way, she took it fast and the faster the better. Ecps have a 5-20% failure rate. When you use a condom you should always use a spermicide too which would help in the instance of condom failure. She may have some side effects of the ecp, like bleeding when its not expected and her period will most likely be late. She also may have some nausea and breast tenderness, this is all part of the side effects. At this point you've done all you can and all you can do is wait. Considering the circumstances, she is probably pretty safe.
If she is not pregnant this time and you two choose to be sexually active, the best thing you can do is to see a family planning clinic or a gynecologist and get put on hormonal birth control, like the Pill which is 99.9% effective when taken properly. Then you wont have to worry. Urinating before or after sex doesnt help prevent pregnancy. Pulling out before you ejaculate doesnt do anything either because men leak sperm long before they ejaculate so any penetration with a naked, (no condom) penis can result in pregnancy.
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