thecoconutman
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this might not be the best place to ask, but yesterday i had *beep* with my boyfriend, and the condom broke. we noticed pretty much straight away and replaced it. he didnt come when or before it broke but according to the app i use to track my period, yesterday was my ovulation day so im super nervous as to whether or not i could be pregnant help!!
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so take a morning after pill
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only way to know for sure would be to do a test Xxx
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Low risk, pharmacist will offer advice and prescribe morning after pill I reckon
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I personally would take the morning after pill just to be on the safe side (unless you are using another method of contraception in addition to condoms)
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