Yesterday jan16 i had sex with an ex boyfriend. The condom broke but dont know if he came in me or not i took the plan b pill 30min later... jan 17 At 5am I had sex with my new boyfriend and he came in.. so if i get pregnant who would be the dad the ex or my new boyfriend.. PLEASE HELP!!!
It could be either. Only a DNA test would tell you that.
You've left your boyfriend wide open to contracting an STD, by not getting checked out after sleeping with you ex, before getting into bed with your current partner again! You're meant to protect the person you love or care for, from any such risk! Imagine how you'd feel if he contracted HIV/AIDS as a result of you not getting checked out before sleeping with him again. I know I wouldn't cope well with that.
If you do get pregnant, the baby is also at risk of contracting anything you've been exposed to.
Many STDs can be present without obvious symptoms for a long time, so your former partner may not even know he had one. I'd definitely be getting myself checked out as soon as possible, & not putting my partner's health/life at risk, until I knew I was clear of anything. I wouldn't take anyone's word that they don't have an STD, as they may not even know they're carrying one, for years. It happened to someone I know, & they almost lost their fertility because they carried Chlamydia for a very long time without knowing.
If you want an extra precaution against pregnancy, you can have a coil/IUD fitted by a doctor. It can be used as emergency protection if inserted into your uterus within 120 hours/5 days of the initial unprotected sex. It can be left in place for long term protection, too, if you want it to be.
You might want to also read up on correct condom use, as there are ways to use them that ensure they rarely burst/split. Things like learning how not to get air trapped in them, which is the only way then end up bursting, if they haven't been snagged by nails or some other thing that's caught them.
- Plan B Information for Consumers
- Plan B Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Plan B (detailed)
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