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we had sex with condom and it also not broken it is perfectly fine is there any need to take pills?? if YES than which? and for how much time she should take pills?

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Very briefly: no contraception is perfect: the only 'safe' attitudes to sex are a) don't do it, b) be prepared to have a baby.

Having said that condoms are still - I would say 'perfectly' but not quite - safe, but even the pill, widely regarded as safer than the condom, is not 100% - perhaps 97-98% - so how lucky do you feel?

Firstly, if you intend to have regular sex with your partner then it's not 'pills', but the pill - a well defined contraceptive program.

Secondly, if it is within 72 hours, and wish to increase your safety this time, she can take a product such as Plan B - google plan B contraceptive. Bear in mind, that is entirely her decision. Your rights ended the moment you entered her vagina. You can have an opinion, but anything stronger than that is basically a civil, or even criminal offence: so by all means be informed, but she will have to make that decision, if it suits her.

Thirdly, in the western world, she - again - has the right to termination. So for now, yes, you were sensible, yes, you're more than likely safe, but if you want to be safer still, you can ask, and she may assent, to taking a Plan B, per the manufacturer's instructions.

I take it as read that she is fully capable of going to a doctor or pharmacist of her own free will, seeking advice and purchasing the product should she choose to do so, and reading the instructions and following them appropriately.

Google Plan B. After that, it's up to her.
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can still she can get pregnent?
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Any time you enter her with your penis, she can get pregnant.

The question is, how likely is it. At the momemt, with appropriate use of a condom, it is extremely low, but someone does, after all, win the lottery.
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