Anonymous: What happens if I had sex with my boyfriend during my ovulation days without condom?
Anytime someone engages in penile-vaginal sex where a condom or other birth control method was not used, there is a high risk for pregnancy. A pregnancy can occur anytime sperm are deposited directly on the vaginal opening or inside of the vagina.
If it has been less than 120 hours since this happened, you can take emergency contraception (EC). If you are 17 or older, you can purchase EC over-the-counter at a pharmacy. If you are younger than 17 you will need a prescription. You can get a prescription and EC from a local free or low-cost and confidential clinics near you here.
The situation you described is also high risk for STDs. You and your partner may want to consider being tested for STDs at a local clinic.
In the future, you and your partner may want to consider using a condom. Condoms are 98-percent effective with perfect use at preventing pregnancy and are highly effective at preventing the transmission of STDs. You can learn how to properly use a condom here.
I hope this helps.