-Not sure if some drops of precum got on the condom.
-Really stressed right now.
It's about my girldfriend. Ofcourse, she takes tha anti-baby pill daily. But we're still afraid. We think, some drops of precum have got in. But not very sure. Tomorrow, her period should start, but I can't wait so long. I already can't sleep well. PS: We're fifteen. What should we do?
Most Helpful Answer Just wait...and sweat it out a few more days.
While the chance of an unintended pregnancy is not very high, you do seem to be aware that the leakage of semen may contain viable, baby-causing sperm....something you are trying to prevent. The birth control pill is highly effective. Adding the condom makes it even more effective.
I suspect your girlfriend will have a normal period and not be pregnant, but try and be very, very careful. Remember that the only 100% way of preventing pregnancy is abstinence -- not having sex at all.
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