I've never had sex before. My boyfriend stuck it in three times without a condom and I took a Plan B the next day. About three days later we had sex with a condom for about three minutes. The condom didn't break, and he didn't ejaculate at all. Not before, during, or after the sex. Could I become pregnant?
Can you become pregnant when using a condom that didn't break and where no ejaculation occurred?
Question posted by Kimmy002 on 8 Feb 2017
Last updated on 20 February 2017 by chuck1957
LousArc; always gives such great answers, You should get into your doctor and get set up with some type of Regular birth control as Louis has said. Condoms there is always a very slight chance of getting pregnant. Also, it is Very Important that your husband puts it on correctly and after sex withdraws his penis and remove the condom right away. But if you're not planning on having children for a while the implants are great and last up to 3 years. So talk it over between you two. And then also the doctor to find the best contraception for you. Have a great day. And try to get this taken care of as soon as you can. Just for piece of mind if nothing else.
It's unlikely you'd get pregnant but not impossible, as pre-cum/pre-ejaculatory fluid could have been on his fingers, & got onto the outside of the condom.
Plan B won't work if you are already ovulating. You'd need one of the other methods of emergency contraception (the other pill or an IUD).
Best to get some regular birth control sorted out ASAP.
- Plan B uses and safety info
- Plan B information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side effects of Plan B (detailed)
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