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By Keisha lee
 
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By any chance is there a pill a guy can take in order not to get a woman pregnant plz help me he didnt come but i lost my virginity plz help its been 5 days since my last period can i get pregnant

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Keisha lee

it actually happened today but it was just the head of the penis tht went in and not the whole thing he pulled out and put on a condom afterwards it was only enough to break my hymen it was not enjoyable at all only pains thank u for ur help

September 30, 2013 - 5:24pm
Maryann Gromisch RN Guide

Hello Keisha lee,
Currently, there is no male oral contraceptive pill available to the public, but research is showing some promise. A particular cancer drug might prove effective. If you would like to learn more, please read this article that was featured on Men's health on NBCNEWS.com:
"New cancer drug affects sperm, study shows. Finally, a male birth control pill?"
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/48689501/ns/health-mens_health/t/new-cancer-dr...

A woman is most fertile five days before and on the day that she ovulates. Generally, ovulation, which is when an ovary releases an egg, occurs about 14 days after the last period or mid-cycle. Since you had unprotected sex five days after your last period, you probably were not ovulating. There is a very little to no chance that you could have become pregnant.

Regards,

Maryann

September 30, 2013 - 5:01pm
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