Anonymous: So tonight this guy and I had sex, he used a condom, came in it, and pulled out and took it off. Then he put another one on, but put it on inside out at first, flipped it around, and rolled it down. Should I get EC?
There is a risk of pregnancy and the transmission of STDs from the situation you described.
When your partner took off the first condom, there would still be semen on his penis that would have gotten on the outside of the second condom which he put on inside out. That semen could then be transferred inside of the vagina when he put it on the right way and then inserted his penis into the vagina. The risk is lower than a condom wasn’t used at all, but there is still a risk for pregnancy.
Also, there is a risk for STDs since semen can transmit them. You may also want to be tested for STDs.
If you decide to take emergency contraception (EC), it can be used up to 5 days or 120 hours after the unprotected sex or sex where the method of birth control failed.
Anyone 17 or older can purchase EC over-the-counter at a pharmacy. If you are under 17, you will need a prescription. You can get a prescription and EC from a local free or low-cost and confidential clinic. You find clinics near you here.
I hope this helps.