The condom slipped off, I am now freaking out.

i know you've probably read hundreds of questions like this but I'm begging you to help me. tonight me and my boyfriend had sex for the first time. he thrusted about 5 times and then came when he pulled out the condom was in me, it was hanging out but it was in me. I am too young to get plan b on my own.i'm terrified and so is he. if there is anything, and I mean anything that you think would help please tell me. please.
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Most Helpful Guys

  • More information is needed in order to give an advice, for instance, the day of your period, and if there was spill.

    In any case, as other said, what you have to do is getting the "day after pill" and take it as soon as possible. If you wait more than 24 hours from the semen spill, the pill loses efectiveness.

    Go and get it NOW!

    Good luck!

    • It's more effective the sooner you take it, but its still considered effective up to 72 hours.

  • Find somebody who IS old enough to get Plan B for you, and do it fast. It's called a "morning after" pill for a reason. Don't fail to do something about it because you're afraid your parents will be mad if they find out you had sex. Your problems will be much bigger if you do nothing.

    • Oh. Other important thing to know. Was his semen in the condom when you took it out? Cause if it was, I wouldn't be too worried about it. Still, better safe than sorry.

Most Helpful Girls

  • I had something similar happen to me when I was 16. Where I live (Canada), you can get Plan B over-the-counter if you are 17 or older, but you need a prescription if you are 16 or younger. I went to my local emergency room and got it there (without my parents' knowledge), no problem.

    • "911, what's your emergency?" "Help! I think I might be pregnant!"

    • Heh. I went to the ER, I didn't call 911. :P

  • Women, you should really learn to track your cycle. This would help immensely with questions like these. Get familiar with your cycles, and pin point the days you are most likely to be ovulating, and it'd be much easier to tell if you need to fret or not.

    • The younger you are, the more your "cycle" isn't even accurate. it doesn't begin to be accurate til around 18 and up so that doesn't really matter in her case.. says she's under 18

    • No, that's not even true. I started tracking mine when I became sexually active at 16, it's really accurate if you learn, even if you're irregular. I'm STILL very very irregular, however I can still track my cycle and am able to KNOW when I'm ovulating. It doesn't matter if you're 13 or 20, if you're bleeding, you still ovulate, and it can be tracked.

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  • No clue.

    Sex education needs to be mandatory

  • I don't think you could be pregnant. there's always a chance but sounds like the condom just slipped off as he pulled out of you. Which means the come is still in the condom. But I wasn't there so I don't know hope this helps

  • LOOOOOL YOU'RE F***ED.

    Happy trails.

  • Google for a women's clinic near you, and go there right away. Hell, even go to the emergency room. Better safe than sorry.

  • I think your fine...I had a condom break on me inside her and I still came,...she diddnt get pregant..as long as the condom diddnt leak into you...your ok:)

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