Is there a possibility of a condom burst in the relationship?
Q: I’m a woman in her mid-20s. About 18 days ago (Thursday, July 23), I met a married school senior and had sex at a motel. (It was the last day of my period.)
The problem is that the condom broke during the relationship. The next morning, I was prescribed a contraceptive pill and took it immediately. Two weeks later, I tested it with a pregnancy test machine, and fortunately, one line came out. But I’m still nervous. Is there a possibility of pregnancy?
A: If you wear a condom in the wrong way, air can get inside and burst during the relationship. Therefore, there is a good chance that sperm entered the uterus.
If you were involved in the last day of your period and took contraceptives the next day, you don’t have to worry too much. There is little chance of pregnancy, but I can’t guarantee it 100%. If you’re really anxious, please do a pregnancy test again.