Is it possible that i'm pregnant? My boyfriend of 7 months and I finally had sex for the first time. Anyway, I refuse to have intercourse with out condoms because i'm not taking any other BC temporarily. This is the first time we had sex, and it was with a condom. I felt I was safe because I keep track of my ovulation days and according to my symptoms and the calendar I ovulated 3-5 days before intercourse. I recently read if you want to aid or avoid conception, cervical mucus observations are said to be around 98.5% accurate as to the fertile and infertile times in your monthly cycle. I had very little CM the morning before intercourse (Yellow in color , Sticky , Very Dense) Mittlleshmertz 3-5 days prior. However, iv'e never taken an official test therefore, I know my observations aren't perfect. Before we had vaginal sex he came 2 times in two different condoms, again this was with no vaginal penetration whatsoever and away from that area aswel (if that did anything) within 30 - 45 minutes. During the time we had intercourse he cleaned himself and got a new condom. It fit perfectly and we began intercourse. It lasted a few minutes then he came into the condom, he pulled out, still mostly erect, and everything seemed fine. This was at 11:37pm. I took the condom off him, away from my vagina, so we could examine it. It did not appear abnormally wet, out of place, or damaged. As I held it up over my stomach, I felt something drip on me! He looked at it and again it didn't appear broken. He believes the reason it dripped was because I was holding it/ removed it wrong. After my boyfriend checked the condoms and didn't see any holes. But he thought one was damp. He believes I'm okay and that I simply held it wrong causing semen to spill/drip around the rim.
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