Thanks for your question. This is a common concern, actually. The truth is, even if you didn’t ejaculate, have an orgasm or “cum”, “precum or pre-ejaculate” could have still leaked out … read more
Articles Tagged: emergency contraception
I had sex with my girl for the first time. I didn’t use a condom but no ejaculation occurred. Afterwards, she took an emergency contraception pill just to be safe. What are the chances something could go wrong like pregnancy?
Thanks for your question. Whenever you have unprotected sex there is a chance that the pregnancy or a sexually transmitted infection (STI) could happen. In your situation, you and your … read more
What is emergency contraception? Emergency contraception (EC) is a backup method of birth control that a person with internal female organs can use to prevent pregnancy after unprotected vaginal-penile sex. … read more
I had sex for the first time 6 days ago but some of the sperm fell out of the condom. My girlfriend took EC 36 hours later. Could she be pregnant?
The “morning after” pill, which is also known as Emergency Contraception, Plan B, or Next Choice, is most effective when taken within 72 hours of having unprotected sex. Although emergency … read more
If you have sex with a girl and the condom breaks – do you instantly get an STI if she has one?
No, you don’t instantly get an STI if the condom breaks, but it definitely increases your risk. Different STIs have different transmission rates, so it’s definitely safest to get tested … read more
I had sex yesterday but I didn’t use protection and my girlfriend and I aren’t sure if a little sperm got in. What should she do?
Emergency contraception (EC) is a safe treatment to help prevent pregnancy in adolescent girls and adult women who have had unprotected sex. EC works before a woman’s body ovulates, preventing … read more