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Could I be pregnant?

By Anonymous December 30, 2016 - 9:59am
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So I was wondering what chances are to be pregnant.
I had sex for the first time with my boyfriend and we did it protected, of course. He took Extra Safe condoms to be more sure. We did it twice, at a distance of two days.
First time I gave him a bj before and after that we did it, but when he tried to put on his condom he didn't see exactly which side is the right one and he was close to roll it inside out, but he realised it and he didn't roll it, I think it only touched the top of head a bit, then turned it and rolled it the way it should. He also pulled our before cmming and I checked the condomn after with the water method and it was fine.

Second time we did it, but when he was about to ***, he did it inside. When he withdrawed the condom was close.to slip, but.I saw it and put my hand at the base to keep it on. It was indeed a bit slipped, more than the tip of it, but the condom was not broken and he said nothing licked.
I am not sure if I was ovulating around those days. My calendar said so, but I didn't have that specific discharge as I usually do. I started to have it 2 days after and I had a bit of some pain on the right side. I saw a light shadow of blood and I was thinking that it is from the ovulation.
Could I be pregnant from what happened?

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for reaching out to our community for help.

It is hard to say yes or no. Consider that you might have been ovulating or close to ovulating when this happened. Consider the mishap with the condom.

All that you can do is wait for your period to start. If you are late by at least one week, test for pregnancy.


December 30, 2016 - 10:06am
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