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Could I be pregnant?

By March 15, 2017 - 2:51am
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Im basically a virgin with textbook sex ed so my question may seem dumb but please help.
While making out with my boyfriend we pretty much lost all control and decided he will put his tip inside. Less than 2 inches probably. It was to the point where it didn't hurt me at all. We'd been fooling around for an hour before that and i had given him a blowjob for about 15 minutes right before that so 1 minutes inside and he came. He pulled out immediately, but we were both so wet and so turned on that i have no idea if he really did came inside me (even if it was for a second) and i didn't feel a thing inside..

Anyway i was supposed to have my period the next day but here i am three days late and im not sure. Can i be pregnant? Does 1-2 inch penetration count as sex when there was no bleeding or pain at all?

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Hello Hellu123,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community. I am glad you reached out to us with your questions.

With regard to the risk of becoming pregnant, it is not about the length of penetration but the fact that he did penetrate his penis into your vagina and ejaculated. Pain or bleeding or lack of is irrelevant.

If this happened during your fertile time, which is five days before ovulation and on the day of ovulation, then there was a very good chance that you did become pregnant.

Please take a few minutes to look at this slideshow.
"Am I Pregnant? Myths and Facts About Sex"

Since your period is already late, consider taking an early response pregnancy test. For the most accurate result, test in the morning and use the urine when you wake up.

Now that you are sexually active, and no longer a virgin, it is vital that you start using protection. You may be lucky this time, but unprotected sex will lead to pregnancy.


March 15, 2017 - 8:21am
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