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ask: Could I be pregnant from pre ejaculation???

By Angelwings23
 
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My last period was on April 21st. I track my periods using Fertility Friend. FF put my ovulating days between May 7th-May 12th. My bf and I had sex around 1am on May 10th. We didn't use a condom at 1st but then as we continued he stopped and put on a condom. He did not "finish" in me as he had the condom on and once he removed it I saw the contents in the condom.
What I am wondering however is whether there is a chance I could get pregnant from the activity we did before he put on the condom? I have PCOS and I have been trying to lose weight and so far I have lost about 10 pounds. Could that increase/decrease my odds?
Thanks so much for answering my question!

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Hi Angelwings2,

Thank you for your question. It is possble that you can get pregnant since you were probably ovulating at the time of the sexual experience however, you did reduce your risks by adding the condom. Unfortunately, the waiting period can be the most annoying part at this time. If you miss your period, take a pregnancy test to see the results. If you have your period, you should be safe from pregnancy. In the future, you should always wear a condom or use another birth control method anytime you have sex to reduce the possibilities.

I hope this helps and good luck,

Missie

May 11, 2013 - 7:05am
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