I was having sex with my boyfriend. And we where using a condom. We changed position and when he was trying to put it back in the condom fully broke. We both heard a snap and he stoped immediately. His penis was not inside my vagina when the condom broke. He also did not ejaculate. I am not on the pill. Should I take a morning after pill? I feel like there isn’t a chance of pregnancy as we noticed when the condom broke, he was not inside of me and he did not ejaculate.
Should I take the morning after pill?
Question posted by Worried124 on 30 Nov 2021
Last updated on 30 November 2021 by LousArk
The only chance of pregnancy, would be if his precum had come into contact with your vaginal mucus, i.e. if his penis was moist & then touched around your vaginal area, or he had precum on his fingers & then touched your vaginal area, for example. In that situation there would be a chance of pregnancy, although it would probably be a low chance.
It also completely depends on where you are in your menstrual cycle; whether you were fertile. There may be no chance of pregnancy at all, if you are not near your fertile time.
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