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Possible pregnancy

By Anonymous September 6, 2016 - 8:48am
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Hello , i have a question about something stupid i did, so i was having fun with my girlfriend like we do all the time, and after coming with a condom, I cleaned myself with a towel, I cleaned my hands,but after 3-4 minutes, I started playing with her cli, and for some stupid reason my brain decided to touch my penis, and change his position ( it was uncomfortable ) without thinking I inserted my finger inside her. Note , I still had some transparent fluid on the tip of my penis ( fluid that still comes out after you ejaculate ) , it was small portion of fluid that was on my finger o think there is no chance of pregnancy but nonetheless I would hope for a more informed and experienced answer. This happened 6 september around 3:30 pm . Would love a fast answer so she is able to take the morning after pill if necessary. Thank you

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for coming to us for help.

This clear fluid might have been pre ejaculate fluid. Pre ejaculate fluid precedes ejaculation but to my knowledge does not occur after. As we know semen is cloudy or kind of milky in color.

This fluid which you got on your finger potentially contained sperm, which you then introduced into your girlfriend's vagina.

If this happened either five days before ovulation or on the day she ovulated, there was a risk for her to become pregnant.

As far as taking an ECP, that would work only if she had not yet ovulated. Emergency contraceptives prevent pregnancy by preventing ovulation.

You and your girlfriend need to sort out where she is in her menstrual cycle to know whether an ECP is worth taking.


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