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Can I get pregnant?

By Anonymous September 9, 2011 - 10:30am
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Hello, on 1st of sept was the last day of my period, on that same day I was making out with my boyfriend and some of the pre-ejaculation fluid (not semen, he didnot ejaculate), came on my jeans plus i was wearing a pad when this happened, the problem is, is that we kept making out and clothes came off and now im paranoid that some of his pre-ejaculation fluid might have come in touch with my privates, because he touched his penis and then touched my vagina from the outside only, there was no penetration and his penis didnt touch my vagina.it was a second base makeout... Im a virgin and I'm freaking out... anyway the second day on sept 2nd I went to a pharmacist for a morning after pill, and they were out of it!!! so he recommended I take an adequate high dose of combined oral contraceptive pill that day and then continue taking it (at normal dose) till up to the normal time I get my next period which should be around sept 25, I got so nauseated the first day... and today 9th of sept I have sore breasts.. CAN I be pregnant???? my menstural cycle is normally 30-31 days and period lasts 6 days...I;ve had no spotting since being on the pill, just nausea bloating and sore boobs.. and I've had no symptoms of ovulation so far. no clear vaginal discharge no pain around my ovaries.. none of that.

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Hi Anon

Thank you for your post!

It's highly unlikely you are pregnant and your ovulation time could be another day away since you are only mid-cycle about now.

Taking the hormones you did can cause nausea so that may be where that is coming from. Your sore breasts could be anything - they are not a pregnancy symptom in your case, it's far too early for that.

We can't offer anyone any kind of guarantees but your risk is very low. You can always test for pregnancy when you expect your period or if it's late but I suspect you'll be getting it.

As a caution, always make sure you have a condom handy. You're pretty close to having sex so when it does happen, make sure you are prepared!


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