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Is she pregnant?

By September 6, 2017 - 6:36pm
 
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Me and my girlfriend, both aged 20, were having protected sex and I always finish inside her with the condom on, like always we were doing it today and when I took it out I noticed some of it was near her vagina, it had leaked from the bottom of the condom, it wasn't much but could she get pregnant from it? We quickly wiped it off and she even washed it with disinfectant, it's not allowed for any type of birth control pill in the country I live so what precautions can we take? We googled and found a few home remedies like eating papaya, turmeric in water, ginger in water etc. Her period is due in about 2 weeks.

I googled and found somewhere that it takes atleast 100 million sperm cells to get a woman pregnant and I don't think the cm near her vagina was not even a table spoon, so what should we do? Are the home remedies any good?

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HERWriter Guide

Hello Anon

Thank you for writing.

One sperm alone causes a pregnancy, even if millions are released.

If sperm was released at the opening of her vagina there is still some risk, despite cleaning afterwards although removing the ejaculate immediately may help. We cannot say what percentage the risk is, other than it is lower than if sperm was released inside her vagina.

There are no home remedies to consume to prevent pregnancy. If she can't take a pill then you both just have to hope for the best.
Susan

September 7, 2017 - 5:29am
(reply to Susan Cody)

Thank you so much! We have managed go get Emcon 1 Pill, that's the only one we could manage to get here, could you tell me whether it's an effective one and what are the side effects etc

September 7, 2017 - 5:52am
HERWriter Guide (reply to Anon3566)

Hello again!

The side effects will be listed on the paperwork that comes with the pill - you two need to do a little research on your own rather than asking other people to do it for you- that's the best way to learn :)
You can also read a lot of information here (cut and paste)https://www.drugs.com/pro/levonorgestrel.html

Best,
Susan

September 7, 2017 - 6:37am
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