Steps to Take When the Condom Breaks

So you’re having great sex and the condom breaks. Maybe you kept it in your wallet too long, or it’s old, or she was a little dry…whatever the case, you need to act quickly.

First thing, you need to pick up Plan B.

Plan B is an emergency contraceptive that can still prevent a pregnancy after contraceptive failure, unprotected sex, or sexual assault. It should be taken within 3 days (72 hours) of unprotected sex and can reduce the risk of pregnancy by up to 89%. But the sooner you take it the more effective it will be.

Anyone over the age of 18 can buy the pill at a local Planned Parenthood for about $30. To find a local Planned Parenthood go online to their website or hit up Google Maps.

Believe me spending the $30 to get it taken care of is much better than having to start to save for your love child’s college expenses right?

If you’re little sex romp was a one night stand, “get tested for STDs between three and seven days later.”

Next time, update your condom stash, keep them in a safe location and buy some lube.

Getting Tested for STDs: Is Sex Without Love Worth the Worry?
Getting Tested for STDs: Is Sex Without Love Worth the Worry?
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