I had sex and the condom broke my boyfriend pulled out and I've been on the birth control shot for about 10 or 11 months. I just got my recent shot yesterday should I be worried
You said that you were "on the shot" for 10, or 11 months, and got your new shot yesterday. But you didn't say when you had sex.
"Pulling out" is not a form of Birth Control. Even if your boyfriend pulled out before he ejaculated, there is something called "Pre-Cum".
It acts as a lubricant for the man's penis, so that when he does ejaculate, it won't be difficult or painful. Unfortunately, Pre-Cum contains a small amount of sperm. It's a tiny amount, but you can get pregnant from it if you are not using Birth Control.
But you ARE using Birth Control, so if I were you, I wouldn't worry about getting pregnant, unless you were quite late getting your follow up shot. But in my opinion, getting the shot after 11 months, (or ten months) is fine, and I don't think there is anything to worry about. I am a doctor, but I'm not a M.D., I am a Psychologist, but I have had a lot of experience with girls and women concerning pregnancy. Usually, girls stress out for no reason. May I ask you a question? If you are getting Birth Control shots, why does your boyfriend "Pull Out"? You get the shot to keep from getting pregnant so does he Pull Out as an added precaution? If you worry that the shot isn't enough protection, why don't you use the cream. I don't suggest condoms, because I'm sure your BF hates them like every other man. So, again, are you concerned that the shot isn't enough? You can Google it, and find out the statistics regarding the effectiveness of the shot.
But, based on the information you have given me, I don't think you have to worry about getting pregnant.
I hope that my answer has helped you not to worry. I don't think you have anything to worry about. You should be fine. You can relax now, and stop stressing out.
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