you can still get pregnant even if you did not ejaculate! pre-*** has sperm in it. also it would be helpful if you know where her cycle was, at that time. chances are far higher risk if you had sex between 10-15 days after her period. it is scary anytime a condom breaks.
You cant control pre ejaculate and that can put her at risk for pregnancy.
Your best bet is she still has time is to get some Emergency Contraception. It has to be taken within 72 hours of the accident and it works to prevent pregnancy.
If you are out of that time frame then she and you are just going to have to play the waiting game until her period is due. If it is late have her take a home pregnancy test.
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ECP does not HAVE to be taken within 72 hours. It's best if you do because it's most effective within that time, but it's still prescribed and she should take it if she wants to reduce her chances, instead of just crossing her fingers...
thats true it can be taken within 120 hours and it happened wednesday night so tommorrow im gonna go to planned parenthood and they will test her and she can get a morning after pill. but another question. if the pregnancy test is positive then can u still take the pill? what other options do u have?
If she tests positive for pregnancy, sorry, but ECP does not do anything if she's already pregnant. And the options - if she is - are pretty limited: the abortion pill (if available), an abortion, or have the baby...
I personally don't think you should be worried. The odds of getting pregnant this way are practically nil. Only, possibly, if you were near orgasm might there be any sperm in your precum, and if you produce little or not precum, I don't see how there could be sufficient sperm left inside her to cause a pregnancy. If, OTOH, you produce lots of precum, the odds might be a tad higher, but still pretty low.
It takes a decent glob of semen to fend off the female's defenses and make it all the way to an egg. Another risk factor, I should add, would be the number of days since her last period -- females are typically most fertile 14 days before their next period.
To conclude, the risk is not exactly zero, so, since you must think you are mature enough to be having sex, you must use that maturity to decide what to do now.
thanyou magnetic it will be the fifth and final day tomorrow to get her an morning after pill and she will talk to a planned parenthood docter and see if she needs one. but i also checked the condom after sex and it didnt even have any pre *** in it so i think i will be fine but thanyou for the info.