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Am i pregnant?

By September 26, 2017 - 1:43pm
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Hi, so I'm scared that I'm pregnant. I halted sex for over a year cos I'm paranoid every time I do so. Thought I would be over it and stop being paranoid but here I am.....

So I had sex exactly 2 weeks ago. I was giving him a blow job and a hand job. He did have precm but I most likely licked it off. Touched myself for like 2 seconds cos I realised I just touched his penis. So he came, and then we had sex an hour later.

So before we had sex, I made sure that he peed beforehand and washed his whole penis, and he did. We had sex quite gently cos we were scared to break the condom and kept stopping in between sex to check if there were holes. Near the end, he pulled out 30 secs before he ejaculated and came on my tummy. Afterwards, we checked if there were any holes on the condom by filling it with water and there were none. He may have fingered me again but that was 30 mins later after he washed his hands. What's the possibility of pregnancy?!?!?!

Last time I started my period was August 24 and I'm now 3 days late. I'm getting lower pelvic pain, constipation and left breast pain. I know these are also associated with periods BUT I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO THINK. My period has always been irregular BUT I'M QUITE FRIGHTENED. Is there any way at all that i got pregnant By touching myself for that 2 seconds? is there a possibility that the precm leaked out while I was riding him??? Please help me!!!!! Only 19 I'm gonna cry

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Hello again Jane123

Thank you for writing!

At 19, you are an adult and should really have a handle on sex education by now. Doing so avoids the kind of stress you are under.

There is no risk of pregnancy from what you did. You need to have unprotected intercourse with ejaculation - and be ovulating - to get pregnant. Stopping and restarting sex to check this and that sounds like a miserable experience for both of you. Condoms are highly effective and there are many other forms of birth control to consider if you want extra reassurance. You need to trust your birth control!

Regarding pre-ejaculate; pre-ejaculate itself does not contain any sperm. Sperm may be inside the urethra if a man ejaculated recently and did not urinate since. If he urinated since he last ejaculated, there is no sperm at all. Pregnancy is very uncommon from pre-ejaculate and the urethra would have to contain sperm at the same time. And again, a woman would also have to be ovulating and engage in unprotected intercourse with ejaculation.


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