Okay so on December 6th i had sex with a partner. We had been drinking and we're both intoxicated. The condom broke and he stopped immediately. We both went to bed and I didn't buy plan B. I'm also not on the pill or anything. On that Saturday, the 10th, I had sex with another partner. He put it in raw, but only for a few minutes before I told him I wanted a condom since I wasn't on the pill. I've taken 3 pregnancy tests am still freaked out. I've taken them on the 12, 22nd and 25th. Excessive, I know, but I don't want to be pregnant. Not right now. I'm still awaiting my period with less than a week left in the month. Last month my period came late in the month. Am I overreacting, or am I fine? I'm VERY anxious. I have high stress level, some cramping/back aches (which I normally get back aches before my period) have been moody... I could be overreacting, or I could be pregnant. I'm so scared. Any advice??
Can I get pregnant if the condom broke and I was intoxicated?
- 25 Dec 2017 by Bobish12
- 25 December 2017
- plan b, emergency contraception, pregnancy, sex, condom
Added 25 Dec 2017:
Also, when I took the tests, they all came back negative. Is there a certain time I should take that? Is now enough time to tell?
You may be pregnant, & may also have contracted sexually transmitted diseases. You could pick one up from the 1st guy & transfer it to the 2nd, for example. Or you could have diseases from each person, or them from you. They/you don't have to show symptoms to be carrying one.
Being intoxicated won't stop you from getting pregnant, if that's what you mean.
It's possible to be pregnant from either guy. They don't have to ejaculate inside you.
If you aren't pregnant & you don't have any disease, then you've been lucky. You should get tested for STDs, to be safe, especially before having sex again. Even virgins can carry diseases that can be transmitted via sex.
It's early days for a pregnancy test to show positive. An early response text may show positive from when your period would normally be due, but it's not guaranteed. It can take longer to show.
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