first time having sex..it was dark and i accidently put the comdom on the wrong way at first..i couldnt roll it..so i knew that i had to flip it over well i did and got the comdom on....i may have gotten some precum on the comdom when i tried to roll it on the first time...hope everyone is following me....well ne ways i had sex for about 30 40 second not very long and pulled out all is done...just wondering if that lil amt of precum that may have possibly been on the comdom could get her pregnant??? she says she is about two weeks or so from her period. Insight please!!!!!!
Possible precum in vagina?
It's highly unlikely, but the chance is still there. Is she on any form of birth control? If she's not, I highly recommend to start something - a condom alone may not always be enough. Anyway, for now all you can do is wait until her period.
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>>i couldnt roll it..so i knew that i had to flip it over well i did and got the comdom on....
quite a bad idea, if you get the condomn on the wrong way, just chuck it out and get another one.
agree with jen jen, if you guys are still together look into other birth ontrol methods such as the pill
im not sure how likely pregancy is but wait it out till her period and get a pregnancy test to be on the safe side
how strong is the pill? i mean does it work for also not wearing a condom? just kinda curious of how "safe" it is.
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Typical Use Rate : 3 pregnancies per 100 couples per year (97% effective)
i guess its advised to use a condom on top of that to be on the safe side, especially if it is by accident taken wrongly
if your on the mini pill you have to be especially careful with what time you take it at etc
(its on the afraidtoask main bit if you click on birth control)
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so say she has her period in two weeks or so..that doesn mean that she isnt pregnant? or can she still be pregnant after the period?
> How [effective] is the pill?
Ortho Tricyclen Lo, a typical birth control pill, is 99.9% effective when used exactly as directed. That means there's a 0.1% chance of pregnancy within a year.
See this post for more info.
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Its pretty safe. My girlfriend is on it and we have sex all the time without a condom. Shes not pregnant yet and shes been on it for quiet a while now.
As for the condom, I usuaully get ones with spremacide on em just to be safe.
JenJen uses Ortho Tricyclen (the non-lo one), and its been about 14 months of no-condom sex and not a single sign of failure knocks on wood
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