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Could i be pregnant?

By Anonymous February 12, 2017 - 12:25am
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I had unprotected sex on December 3rd, my bf ejaculated inside but i took a plan b right after. We had unprotected sex again about a month later but it was no more than 30 seconds, and he didnt cM. I got my period about a week later but my period for this month hasnt come. Could i be pregnant by precM? Please help!

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my bf rubbed me his penis probably with precum outside my vagina. After two weeks, i took a pregnancy test and got negative test. no intercourse or ejaculation happened. his last ejaculation was almost a week ago before this happened. after taking the pregnancy test, few hours later, i got my period same day and i felt so relieved. However, I have read that some women still are pregnant after having period?? is this true? My bleeding was almost for a week and heavy.

is there a possibility that I could be pregnant then? it has been a month since we did it. pls help me.

February 16, 2017 - 5:31am
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If you had a period (and a negative test result) you are not pregnant. Moving forward, have your boyfriend wear a condom during this kind of sex play, especially if it could lead to intercourse.


February 16, 2017 - 7:35pm

Hello, Anon.

Thanks for your post.

If you had your period after the last time you had sex, you are not pregnant. Your period may simply be late. Which can sometimes happen. Pre-ejaculate fluid in itself does not contain sperm.
Only if he had ejaculated recently could traces of sperm remain in the urethra, but it would be flushed out if/when he urinated. My advice is to stop having unprotected sex and have your boyfriend use protection, it's safer.


February 12, 2017 - 5:50am
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