HELP! What do I do if a Condom Breaks?

What to do If A Condom Breaks

Help! What do I do if a Condom Breaks?Sometimes condoms break. If a condom breaks, it is less effective.

If the condom breaks during intercourse, pull out quickly and replace it. Men should be able to tell if a condom breaks during intercourse. To learn what it feels like, men can break condoms on purpose while masturbating.

If the condom breaks and semen leaks out, wash the semen away from the vulva or penis with soap and water.

If the condom breaks and semen leaks into the vagina, emergency contraception is a good option. Emergency contraception can prevent pregnancy if started up to five days after unprotected intercourse. The sooner you start it, the better it will work.
To get more information on the “Morning After Pill” aka Emergency Contraception, you can Visit your Nearest Planned Parenthood center, Visit your local Pharmacy or Contact Your Doctor.

Please Note:
The Morning After Pill  MUST be used within 72 hours (3 days) after sex, but the sooner you take it, the better it works.
The Morning After Pill will NOT prevent STDs or HIV transmission.