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My girlfriend and i had sex yesterday, and she just finished her period. i wore a condom and pulled out. pregnancy chances? the condom was trojan fire and ice, it did not rip or tear (as far as i can tell) and she bled a bit. i did not ejaculate inside of

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Dr. Kristina Adams waldorf
Obstetrics and Gynecology 25 years experience
When : When a condom is worn correctly, the chances that a woman becomes pregnant are low. It is always best to have two methods of contraception like using the pill + condoms. She should see her doctor to talk about starting the pill or how to use Plan B if a condom breaks.
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