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By February 26, 2017 - 12:33pm
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Hie sir /madam
I had vaginal sex with my girlfriend and during time of erection of my sperm I removed my penis from her vagina and I cleaned my penis with a cloth and again I had sex for three more times and did the same thing .
And I erected outside will this be a problem of being pregnant .
She has irregular periods so she don't have a perfect date of ovulation . Please help me

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Dear Shankar,

Thank you for your question to EmpowHER.

If you do it correctly, pulling out can be effective in preventing pregnancy. That said, it can be hard to do it the right way *every time*. So, there is risk involved. I don't recommend it. Pulling out also doesn't protect against STDs, so using a condom is much safer - both to help prevent STDs and to add extra pregnancy prevention.


February 26, 2017 - 1:26pm
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Anonymous (reply to Helena)

Hi Helena

I have one more question
Me and my girlfriend had sex yesterday that is on 5th March and she got periods on 6 the March so is that would be a risk to get pregnant
And and I used condom from first three times and for fourth time I did not used condom , and I did not ejaculate inside her vagina I removed my penis out during ejaculation .
So please help me whether she will get pregnant or not .

March 6, 2017 - 1:27pm
Guide (reply to Anonymous)


As long as there was no ejaculation in or on the vaginal opening, there is no risk. Condoms should be used each time there is intercourse. It's safer and far less stressful.


March 6, 2017 - 5:30pm
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Anonymous (reply to Helena)

When does a woman gets pregnant
And at what time is safer to have sex
Please explain me in briefly

April 2, 2017 - 12:05am
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