The first time I had intercourse this afternoon, I wore a condom, but when I pulled it out, the semen was exposed on the bed and I didn't know if it had flowed into my vagina, so I verified that the condom was not broken.The first time I saw a woman, I found a slight yellowish-pink mark on her underwear, similar to her aunt's menstruation.Do I need to see a doctor or take birth control pills in this case?I don't want to get pregnant.
The first day or two after the menstruation should be the absolute safe period, safe period without ovulation, intercourse is not pregnant, this situation, there is no need to take emergency contraceptive pills, emergency contraceptive pills side effects can not often take.The possibility of pregnancy is generally high when you have sex during ovulation, as long as you avoid having sex during ovulation.
The first thing to determine when you have intercourse with the symptoms of internal ejaculation, if it is with a condom, that is to do with contraception, generally will not be pregnant, and sperm in the outside world to survive for not so long, so that will not flow to the vagina, there will be no symptoms of pregnancy, if the panties have a slight yellowish pink should be menstruation, do not need to take the pill.
If this condition is between periods, it could be caused by ovulatory bleeding. If it is not between periods, it could be caused by cervical erosion or cervical polyps, and if you have used effective contraception during intercourse, then you will not get pregnant.