A member asked:

Had protected sex. my partner used a condom. and for safety he used a fresh new one. he pulled out& finished on the condom & i made sure to take plan b just in case. but we had sex 5 days leading up to ovulation. what are the chances of pregnancy?

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Dr. Christine Hom answered

Specializes in Pediatrics

Taking Plan B right away maximizes the chances that pregnancy will not occur. Using birth control pills are a more effective way of preventing unwanted pregnancy. Also, having unprotected sex around ovulation is a good way to become pregnant. That's what couples do who are trying to conceive. Taking responsibility for sexual health is a good sign of maturity.

Answered 7/8/2021

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Dr. Ralph Boling answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Low risk, if as described, for pregnancy.

Answered 7/8/2021

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