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on my 12th day cycle, boyfriend ejaculated on my chest then minutes later inserted in my vagina HELP!

By October 18, 2014 - 10:45pm
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Im on my 12th day of cycle.. my last cycle was 36 days.. before that i am on regular cycle of 30-32 days per cycle.

last night around 10pm we were doing only oral (69) then he ejaculated on my chest.. after a few minutes when im ready to wash up he pulled me back then inserted his penis in my vagina like 3-6 times not more than 10 seconds before I pushed him away. Then I washed up immediately ..

* before the intercourse on that same day.. around 11am I peed, i wiped up my vagina and noticed a very thick mucus (light but not transparent, like a soft bouncy ball) (larger amount than the usual mucus) I peed the 2nd time and there is still this mucus (maybe a sign of ovulation..? idk.. Im sure its not an infection..

I would like to know the chances of pregnancy... and If ever how can I prevent it from fertilization or implanting? (its now 18 hours after the intercourse)

Thank you so much! More powers to this site and to all the wonderful people behind this website!
Please reply... :(

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 Hi audeliavanderwoodsen and welcome to EmpowHER

Sperm outside the body remains active for about an hour, and your boyfriend's behavior was risky. Anytime you have unprotected sex, you risk pregnancy.  The highest risk of pregnancy is during the second and third weeks of the menstrual cycle. A woman who has unprotected sex has about a 20% chance of pregnancy every month.

Emergency contraceptive pills work best if taken within 72 hours of intercourse. Please see this article written for the EmpowHER community to learn more about how they work:


How Does Emergency Contraception Work?


Hope this is helpful and gives you some peace of mind, thanks again for reaching out for information.



October 19, 2014 - 10:26am
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