If a condom breaks or slips off, and you’re worried about pregnancy: go to one of our clinics, a doctor, or a pharmacy for emergency contraception within 72 hours.
It’s also a good idea to get an STI test. It doesn’t matter whether the condom was on a penis, sex toy, or strap — if the condom breaks or slips off, it’s best to get an STI test.
If a penis went inside your vagina, or cum spilled on your vulva, you might become hapū. You probably won’t become hapū if you are on the pill, or if you are using long-acting contraception. If you had sex without a condom, and you aren’t using contraception, it’s a good idea to get a pregnancy test.
You can get an STI test, or a pregnancy test, at any of our clinics.
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