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Uterus feels odd, protected sex last night.

By Anonymous February 19, 2011 - 10:43pm
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My fiance had protected sex last night, but we only used condoms. No birth control, no spermicide... just condoms. I am slightly OCD when it comes to this, because neither of us are really financially ready to have a child, and for that reason we only have sex about every other weekend, but since last night, my uterus[or the area of that- it's where I normally feel cramping, but it's a few inches below my bellybutton, and a little to the right] feels odd. The week before last we had sex as well, but he didn't even cum, and he was wearing a condom, but I remember for a few days after that my Uterus felt strange. It's almost like a sliiiiight cramp, but then again, it's not really painful at all. I think I ovulated last week, but it felt different than it normally does. I've also had a /lot/ more discharge since we had sex the week before last.

What are the chances that I am pregnant? What else /could/ it be? Could it be that he is going too deep and is pushing on my cervix and making it feel odd afterwards?

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Thanks so much for the help. I'm just getting so paranoid thinking that I may be pregnant. Just needed confirmation. Also another question. If my boyfriend and I had sex in the shower just after my period and, once again, he did not cum, I can't be pregnant. Right? I just feel different. Maybe it's the paranoia.

August 31, 2015 - 11:11pm
EmpowHER Guest

Hey, so my bf and I have had protected sex, just after my period. We used condoms the whole way through and he didn't cum. However, 4-5 days after I am feeling pain in my uterus... I think... on the right and I don't know why... can someone please help me?

August 27, 2015 - 7:19pm
HERWriter Guide (reply to Anonymous)

Hi Anon!

I doubt this has anything to do with sex, you may be ovulating or even PMSing.

If the pain continues more than a few more days, see a doctor.

August 28, 2015 - 5:06am

I know I said that I felt better, but I have one more question for future reference.[Mostly.]
Pardon the graphic language, but last weekend, when my fiance and I were having sex...well... after he came[inside of the condom] he stayed inside of me for a few minutes, just cuddling, and a few thrusts every now and then. He remained almost completely hard for this. What are the chances that sperm leaked out of the end? The condom fit really, really well.

February 21, 2011 - 11:59pm
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As long as your fiance was erect the entire time he was inside of your vagina, and withdrew his erect penis out of your vagina while holding onto the base of the condom, there would be little chance of semen leaking out of the condom.

Does that help?

February 22, 2011 - 11:36am
EmpowHER Guest

Terrific! I am glad we could help.

February 20, 2011 - 10:47am

Thank you so much... I feel very, very relieved, and the feelings are almost gone today. I will definitely keep you posted! (:

February 20, 2011 - 10:42am
EmpowHER Guest

Hi Eunioa,
As Alison mentioned, the weird feelings could certainly be the changes that occur during arousal and yes, this could follow through to the next day.

Stress about possible pregnancy could also be the culprit here. You indicated that you have OCD and your nervousness about the lack of money for a child, having a child prior to marriage, etc. may also be the reason behind the awkward feelings.

If you miss a period, take a pregnancy test to settle your nerves but you must wait until you actually miss a period. If you start your period, then you should be fine. Again, if your still nervous even if you start your period, take a pregnancy test.

I hope this helps. Keep us posted on the results.

February 20, 2011 - 9:57am

Even if it's for days afterwards?

February 20, 2011 - 9:31am

You could not be pregnant from sex last night; it actually takes 10-14 days from time of ovulation (when you would have a chance of being pregnant from sex) to implantation (fertilized egg implanting in your uterus to create a viable pregnancy).

If you are not experiencing pain, just "strange" sensations, then sexual intercourse could be the culprit. Your reproductive organs (including uterus) change during sexual arousal. For example, your uterus slightly raises and contracts during an orgasm.

February 20, 2011 - 8:19am
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