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any reason for me too go to the clinic?

Last night my boyfriend and I attempted sex for the first time. We were both pretty nervous. I have been taking birth control for 5 years now but the last few days I haven't taken them at the right time. He used a condom but he flipped because he put it on wrong. Before he put it on a saw that he had precum. I've searched this a million and two times but for what it matters, he did masturbate earlier that day and had peed in between us doing it. He also wiped the condom with his fingers. I waited about 5 minutes before saying he could start after having the condom on. He didn't get far he tried twice and stopped. I have severe anxiety and can't stop "thinking" I'm pregnant. What are the chances that I actually am? My period starts in 4 days but I don't think I can wait that long. Is there really any reason for me too go to the clinic and get the day after pill? I'm not ready for a baby and I wasn't even sure I was ready for sex but as much as I tried to be safe I feel like I have failed. My stomach is doing back flips and turns right now because I'm so nervous.
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replied October 31st, 2014
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Thank you for asking

Exact time does not matter, daily intake should be prominent. and that your is already. You boyfriend did not impregnate you. You Are fine and protected both by pills as well as the coitus wasn't sufficient to impregnate. Plus time before 4 days of a period is not fertile to conceive.

So no pregnancy.

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