This is why it’s so important to hold on to the base of the condom when pulling the penis out. If a condom slips off inside your vagina, semen CAN spill out and cause pregnancy. It is possible.
Anytime a condom slips off or tears after ejaculation, and you are not currently on another form of birth control, the best way to prevent pregnancy is to take emergency contraception. You can use emergency contraception up to five days after unprotected sex. You can get one type of morning-after pill called Plan B One-Step over-the-counter (without a prescription) at drugstores, no matter how old you are. Other types of emergency contraception require a visit to a healthcare provider.
If you’re sexually active, think about getting on a long term form of birth control to protect against unplanned pregnancy. If you need to talk to a doctor, find a health center near you by using our locator: www.factnotfictionms.com/clinics.