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I had protected sex

By Anonymous August 1, 2017 - 9:15am
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I had protected sex with my bf in may and i had regular periods but no periods arrived during July so am i pregnant?? Please help me out of this situation..

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Good Day! My girlfriend had her period last August 4-7. We had protected sex twice on Aug 10 and and twice on Aug 12 too. Every intercourse is protected. I never did ejaculated in her, even with a condom on, I still don't ejaculate inside her. Everytime time I'm reaching close to climax, I pull-out then remove the condom and my girlfriend will give me oral sex until I ejaculate. We made sure that none of my ejaculate will touch or even get close to my girlfriend's genital. And we also wash and urinate after every intercourse. My concern is that, even if there's a break in the condom, there's no chance of my girlfriend getting pregnant right? Because I didn't ejaculate in her and never did, even with a condom on. And also I know that pre-ejaculate itself doesn't contain sperm unless I had a previous ejaculation and didn't urinate.
From our scenario, was there a risk? Thank you so much for your reply. Very much appreciated.

August 30, 2017 - 6:15pm
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Hello Anonymous,

From what you have shared, there was no risk for your girlfriend becoming pregnant.


August 31, 2017 - 8:04am

Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. You need to take a home pregnancy test to confirm the pregnancy.

For the most accurate result, purchase a name brand product. Read and follow the directions carefully. Test in the morning using the urine when you wake up.
Consult your gynecologist or primary care physician.


August 1, 2017 - 9:22am
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