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    amazing night turned into now what moment
    An_249718 posted:
    me and my FWB went at hard core and in the morning when we where picking up the floor with it used condoms, we noticed that one had been broken, turns out the reason I was so ready to go that night I was ovulating that day its past the 72hrs so no plan b and to early to tell.
    we had to been together that night 5 times and I think we broke 3 condoms I don't know if he used an old box as he said he;s been single for a few yrs or what not but I'm kind of freaked out no I'm not on anything
    my last period was on dec, 17th
    we had sex repeatedly on the 1st going into the 2nd a few times a few days before that but I don't know if any condoms broke but given the track record of these condoms I'm worried on those days before the big O day
    any advice and before you yell at me for not being on birth control lets bear in mind that not everyone can take it for a lot of health reasons, like myself
    thank you in advance
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    The only thing you can do is wait and see if your next period comes and if it's late by more than a day or two, take a test.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    No yelling from me. Like you said, not everyone can be on hormonal birth control and not everyone wants to be on hormonal birth control for personal reasons. You were using birth control, it just failed. That occasionally happens to women on the pill as well.

    Pretty much the only thing you can do is wait and see if your next period comes. If it's late by more than a day or two, take a test.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)

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