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can i get pregnant from this case?please read?

By February 14, 2017 - 10:39pm
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I just had sex with my boyfriend for Valentine's day. we used protection (condom) and did missionary. he didn't come, and i was pretty wet, and we checked - the condom was intact. however when he withdrew and was taking off the condom, i saw there was a little white substance inside that didn't look like lube that the condoms come from. I asked him and he said that it was pre-c*m.

while I am on the pill, i am taking a med that my dermatologist said could (but I dunno to what extent) affect my birth control. she said it would not affect it very much but in my mind, my pill's effectiveness has gone to zero. this has made me scared. he said that i cannot get pregnant from this, but i would like a second opinion please. i got nervous when I saw the pre-c*m. does that contain sperm in it? I have heard both yes and no and I am very confused.

should i come off my pill a week earlier (i have taken 10 pills out of the 24 pk) to see if myperiod comes?

thank you!

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also i had shaved my public area yesterday and was wondering if any rough hairs could cut the condom and cause a hole?
and also, when we were done, i noticed the condom was sliding around a little bit on his penis and he said that i shouldn't worry, that it's normal, and that the important thing is that the elastic at the end of the condom (that keeps it in place) was tight on his penis so it would not slip off. i just want to confirm that no precum could have come out this way? and if precum does have sperm in it or not??
could i have gotten pregnant from what we did?? thank you in advance

February 15, 2017 - 6:07am
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