Used condom properly. No ejaculation. No birth control. Chance of pregnancy? Should I use emergency contraception? (Within 72 hours)

Personal choice. Properly used condoms have less than a 2% failure rate, so additional back up plans are your choice. Proper use means the condom is applied before any intercourse, remained snug during sex, and sex stopped if the condom became loose.

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Sex 10 days after abortion, on day 7 of birth control pill had sex before 7th pill with condom/plan b too 24 hours after, chances of pregnancy?

Probably safe! If you used double back up protection, you should be safe. Generally, we recommend waiting until your post op visit before resuming sexual relations to avoid infection. Be sure to keep your follow-up appointment. Read more...
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Had sex but condom broke. Not sure if came inside completely. I am on oral birth control and I took a plan B pill 20 mins after. Chance of pregnancy?

Very unlikely. There's really no need for Plan B as long as you take your oral birth control pill regularly (every 24hrs) as directed. Emergency contraception such as Plan B is needed by those who aren't as responsible as you (or missed a few pills). Condoms as a useful adjunct to hormonal contraception but their biggest contribution is reduction of sexually transmitted diseases/infections. Read more...
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Chances of pregnancy with no condom, no ejaculation and on birth control and never missed a pill?

Oral contraceptives. Taken as directed, oral contraceptives are very effective at preventing unwanted pregnancy. You are very unlikely to be pregnant. Oral contraceptives do not protect you against STDs and infection can certainly occur without ejaculation. Please practice safe sex. STDs can damage your body. Read more...

Sex during fertile days condom sliping off after ejaculation and remaining in, vagina. CHances of pregnancy. No other forms of birth control?

25% Chance of pregnancy is about 1 in 4 (25%). If you don't want to get pregnant, emergency contraception is an option. Taking Plan B One Step (or something like it) within 72 hours of this incident is 85% effective at preventing pregnancy. If taken within 24 hours it is 95% effective. It works by delaying ovulation. Best wishes! Read more...

I heard birth control can be used as emergency contraception, so if I missed 3 pills (not in a row), will it act as a "Plan B" and not allow pregnancy?

Higher dose. The hormones in one birth control pill are not in high enough levels to be used a an emergency contraceptive (EC) Multiple pills must be taken to get an emergency contraceptive effect. Your doctor can advise you on the number of pills needed, depending on the specific birth control pill. Missing a birth control pill increases pregnancy risk, so EC would be needed for each sexual encounter. Read more...

Condom rip when having sex took Levora (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel) birth control as emergency contraceptive right after sex did I do the right thing to prevent pregnancy?

Obtain plan B. Although Levora (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel) does contain levonorgestrel, the same form of progesterone found in Plan B one step, it does not contain the same dose. There is only 0.15mg in Levora (ethinyl estradiol and levonorgestrel) versus 1.5mg in Plan B. I suggest you pick up plan B and as long as your friend takes it within 72 hours of intercourse, it still should be effective. Read more...