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Is my gf pregnant?

By Anonymous August 5, 2017 - 11:08am
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My girlfriend and i had "sex" , with quotation because i did not manage to go deep because that was our first time. And tbh,it was a struggle. My only the head of my penis got inside her vagina and my gf didnt felt any pain and it was a shame. I did not put condom. I didnt reach climax meaning i did not ejaculate whilw we had sex, but i did masturbate in the bathroom. And 2 days before we had sex, i masturbated and did a lot of peeing . So most likely my precm is all but dead sperm. Now additional info, my gf is irregular on her period. There was a time she went 4 months with no period but at that time we havent tried sex. Until this year.

Now during the day we had sex (july 27 2017) , she was already 2 months late on her period. She is bloated. 5 days later (august 1 or 2) she started to have spotting,tho she admitted that it wasnt her first time to experience spotting, we are afraid that she might be pregnant bec. It happened righy after we had sex (noo deep penetration). Until now shes still having spotting brown discharge) more than 5 days already. So my question again is that is it possible that my gf is pregnant or is this just one of the symptoms due to her condition ?(very irregular periods, its in their family,her mother is irregular too, went 7 months without period)

Please help need answer ASAP

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Hi, Anon.

Thank you for posting.

Having unprotected sex carries risk. You should be using a condom during any genital to genital contact. Accidents can easily happen. That said, if you did not ejaculate inside her or on the outside opening to the vaginal canal, she can't get pregnant. If she concerned about her irregularity, she should speak with her doctor to ease her mind.


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