I just had sex without a condom

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While not a planned scenario, we understand that unprotected sex happens — you missed a birth control pill, your regular method of birth control failed, or you had sex without a condom or barrier protection you can still get pregnant with the pull out method. Speak with your primary care provider and they will be happy to help you receive emergency contraception that will significantly reduce your risk of becoming pregnant. Read on to learn more about your options for emergency contraception. Often referred to as the morning after pill, this is a hormone based medication that can delay ovulation ovaries releasing eggs to be fertilized by a sperm and significantly reduce your risk of getting pregnant.

Everything You Need To Know About Condomless Sex

Had unprotected sex?

There are a few great reasons condoms are such a nightstand staple. But after dating for a while, many couples reach a point when their love for condoms starts to wane. Which STIs you should get screened for depends on your sex, your age, and your sexual history. Other STIs, such as chlamydia, can be detected much sooner.

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Emma Kaywin, a Brooklyn-based sexual health writer and activist, is here to calm your nerves and answer your questions. Q: I always use condoms when I have sex. I'm not on the pill, but the thing is, sometimes I miss unprotected sex I was on the pill before. Sometimes I'll let a guy just duck in for a minute or two if he doesn't think he has pre-cum. How dangerous is that?
So, you had sex without using a condom or other barrier method. Maybe you forgot about the whole condom thing in the heat of the moment, or maybe the condom slipped or broke. These things happen, and they can be scary AF. You might be worried about pregnancy or a sexually transmitted infection STI or both. In the moments after sex without a condom or other barrier method, understandably you might be nervous about having acquired an STI or unplanned pregnancy.