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ask: I have a question me and fiance were having anal sex with a condom. But after he went the condom came off and he said the sperm was all over me. What was my chances of getting pregnant? I'm just worried it touched my vagina

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I have a question me and fiance were having anal sex with a condom. But after he went the condom came off and he said the sperm was all over me. What was my chances of getting pregnant? I'm just worried it touched my vagina

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Anonymous

Me and my finace have been having sex for a year with a condom and we have been really safe with that. But now he wants me to be on birth control to have a back up plan. But I don't think I need it. What do you guys think? And also tonight we had sex but we didn't use a condom for a couple of seconds (less than 10 seconds for sure) and then I made him put one on.... would I have a chance of becoming pregnant? Plus I just ended my period that's why I'm considered.

October 27, 2011 - 6:46pm
Alison Beaver (reply to Anonymous)

Hi,
If you and your fiance are having unprotected sex without a condom (regardless if it is 10 seconds or 10 minutes), that would be a reason to use another form of birth control. This is an important topic to discuss, and find a method that works for both of you.

You are saying he wants you to use hormonal birth control (I assume you mean the pill), but it sounds like you do not like this option. There are so many birth control options that fall into two basic categories: hormonal and barrier, and you can each discuss the pros and cons of each method to find out what will work best for you both. If you have any questions about any option, please ask and we provide as much information as you need to make an informed decision.

The most important thing about birth control: it only works if you use it correctly and consistently.

Regarding your last question: anytime you have unprotected sex, you have a risk of pregnancy, and there is no "safe" time during your cycle to have sex. The time during your cycle after your period ends is actually one of the more fertile times for most women. However, if he did not ejaculate and used a condom within 10 seconds, your chance of pregnancy would be very low in this one-time occurrence.

October 27, 2011 - 7:06pm
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Anonymous

i had the same question, but do u think a planb pill will work a month after

September 7, 2011 - 10:50am
Rosa Cabrera RN (reply to Anonymous)

Plan B must be taken within 3 days of having unprotected sex. It will not work if you take it a month later-- by then you would already know if you were pregnant or not.

-Rosa

September 8, 2011 - 9:09am
Rosa Cabrera RN

Hi Anon,

Unless the sperm dripped into your vagina, you are not pregnant. Anal sex itself does not result in pregnancy so your chances are very slim. Wait until your next period and test for pregnancy if it is late.

Best Wishes,

Rosa

September 6, 2011 - 7:12am
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Anonymous

chances are either the plan b pill, you are safe. You have to make sure that on e he ejaculates that the sperm stays away from the body. It can live for a while and can get you pregnant very easily.

September 6, 2011 - 3:36am
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Anonymous

I also forgot to mention I took a plan b pill the night before

September 5, 2011 - 9:11pm
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