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My girlfriend and I had sex and the condom didn't break, and we still took a Plan B approximately 28 hours later. Can she still be pregnant?

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Dr. Kevin Considine
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: This can be normal

It is estimated that successful conception of pregnancy is around 20-25% each time a couple tries per month.
However, a couple is not defined as infertile until unsuccessfully trying for at least 12 months or more consecutively. Should that become the case one should see their doctor.

In brief: This can be normal

It is estimated that successful conception of pregnancy is around 20-25% each time a couple tries per month.
However, a couple is not defined as infertile until unsuccessfully trying for at least 12 months or more consecutively. Should that become the case one should see their doctor.
Dr. Kevin Considine
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Dr. Kevin Considine
Family Medicine
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In brief: Yes but not likely

There is no such thing as "fool proof" with contraception.
However, using a condom without breaking and using Plan B would make the likelihood pretty close to zero but not absolutely zero. Birth control pills have over 98+% effectiveness and are the most successful method except for sterilization-- just to give you an example.

In brief: Yes but not likely

There is no such thing as "fool proof" with contraception.
However, using a condom without breaking and using Plan B would make the likelihood pretty close to zero but not absolutely zero. Birth control pills have over 98+% effectiveness and are the most successful method except for sterilization-- just to give you an example.
Dr. Kevin Considine
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Dr. Alan Patterson
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Anything is possible

But probably not, if she does not get her period at the normal time then she will nedd to check a pg test.

In brief: Anything is possible

But probably not, if she does not get her period at the normal time then she will nedd to check a pg test.
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Dr. Walter Kobasa
Obstetrics & Gynecology

In brief: Rare

With a condom and Plan B it would be very rare she would get pregnant.

In brief: Rare

With a condom and Plan B it would be very rare she would get pregnant.
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