What would you like to do?
My girlfriend got pregnant.
The risk is the same as if no condom had been used. If you are concerned that you might have been exposed and especially if you know or suspect your partner is infected,… see your doctor or health department for testing. Make sure they know how much time has passed since that exposure so they can determine the best testing schedule for your situation.
Go immediately to Planned Parenthood or your local pharmacy (you must ask for it at the counter) and ask for Plan B Emergency Contraception. You do not need a prescripti…on. It is a couple of a pills that you take that prevent an egg from implanting in your uterus. It does NOT cause an abortion if you already have an implanted egg (which happens several days after fertilization). You have 72 hours after unprotected sex to take the pills, though the sooner the better.
Well here's a hint.....if you become pregnant, the condom broke.
Then you probaly have nothing to wory about.
If it burst before you ejaculated and replaced it you should be OK however if it burst afterwards then things could be a lot more risky.
your at risk but if you did not ejaculate in her the risks are lower
It's a test of tensile strength of the condom, and also can reveal any weak areas in the latex.
Yes, though the risks are reduced. Condoms can slide off. They can also leak if they are put on too tightly--there must be a gap at the tip.
If you have not missed any pills in your cycle the BCP is 99.5% effective. While conception is always possible when you have sex - the odds are in your favor that you will not… get pregnant. If you have missed any "active" BCP in the last week see the information at the link regarding Emergency Contraception. If you have not missed any "active" pills, Emergency Contraception is not needed, nor is it recommended.
You can only know if you check it afterwards.
YES if your egg is waiting for the sperm try to figure it out. if the start of your last menstrual period is 10 to 16 days earlier, then your ovum may have been ready and awai…ting sperm. if the answer is yes you may become pregnant.
No that would be unlikely. It would happen only if your partner is infected with the yeast infection then this way they could pass it on to you.
If you have unprotected (condoms burst) sex with someone who is HIV positive there is a chance that you can contract the virus. Read the related question below.
if he has aids and the condom bursts you most likely have it too. you do if it was inside of you when it bursted
You just wash it off with soap and water. Semen is not toxic. However, you don't want it going inside you if you are trying to prevent pregnancy.