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    I'm on the implant and my period is due soon, out of curiosity and in the heat of the moment , I asked my partner to orgasm in me, during it, My vagina kept pushing him out but he did ejaculate inside me. my question is, should I be worried? my period is due in less than a week ...if that makes any difference.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm on the implant and my period is due soon, out of curiosity and in the heat of the moment , I asked my partner to orgasm in me, during it, My vagina kept pushing him out but he did ejaculate inside me. my question is, should I be worried? my period is due in less than a week ...if that makes any difference.
    Your risk of pregnancy should be low since you are on the implant. There is still a chance though. I would suggest the morning after pill (from any pharmacy) to be safe. It is an option up to a couple days after unprotected sex but it will be less effective the later you use it.
    You could also check with a pharmacist or doctor.

    Obviously if you don't get your period later you should be more worried and see a doctor and/ or take a test. I'd think your chances are low though.
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    (Original post by Kindred)
    Your risk of pregnancy should be low since you are on the implant. There is still a chance though. I would suggest the morning after pill (from any pharmacy) to be safe. It is an option up to a couple days after unprotected sex but it will be less effective the later you use it.
    You could also check with a pharmacist or doctor.

    Obviously if you don't get your period later you should be more worried and see a doctor and/ or take a test. I'd think your chances are low though.
    Thank you, and I will wait a bit because my periods are irregular because of the implant anyway. I hope it's really low.
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    The implant is staggeringly reliable: even more so than you or your boyfriend having had a sterilisation op.

    As well as being more reliable than any other form of contraception, as you say, it can also affect periods. But you're not pregnant.
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    No, the implant is one of the most effective methods available so it's highly unlikely you're pregnant.

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    No, the implant is one of the most effective methods available so it's highly unlikely you're pregnant.

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    Thank you, the good news is my period has arrived just incredibly faint, so , I am not pregnant
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thank you, the good news is my period has arrived just incredibly faint, so , I am not pregnant
    Horray!
    oh and a bit late but I think the implant is a like 1 in 100 fail rate or something so basically the same as coondoms.
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    (Original post by Kindred)
    Horray!
    oh and a bit late but I think the implant is a like 1 in 100 fail rate or something so basically the same as coondoms.
    yeah, but I don't fully trust it. don't know if that's normal...
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    (Original post by Kindred)
    oh and a bit late but I think the implant is a like 1 in 100 fail rate or something so basically the same as condoms.
    Nooo! With a year of perfect use, about 2 in 100 women will be pregnant using male condoms and the typical use is significantly worse. It's less than 1 in 2,000 for the implant. There is nothing more reliable.
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    Nooo! With a year of perfect use, about 2 in 100 women will be pregnant using male condoms and the typical use is significantly worse. It's less than 1 in 2,000 for the implant. There is nothing more reliable.
    Interesting..
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    Put another way, after thirty years of having regular sex while using it, you have less than 1.5% chance of ever having been pregnant. Probably much less, but that's still less risky than one year of perfect condom use.
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    Nooo! With a year of perfect use, about 2 in 100 women will be pregnant using male condoms and the typical use is significantly worse. It's less than 1 in 2,000 for the implant. There is nothing more reliable.
    Google lied to me :O
    Should have checked better. Glad you were here to correct me.
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    Put another way, after thirty years of having regular sex while using it, you have less than 1.5% chance of ever having been pregnant. Probably much less, but that's still less risky than one year of perfect condom use.
    Fair enough, I just don't want to get pregnant during uni. so 2 years left ... want to be as safe as possible with my bf.
 
 
 
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