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Pregnancy Scare

By June 20, 2016 - 11:35am
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I had 2-3 sexual interactions with my boyfriend during my fertile period right before ovulation and although unlikely, I have been freaking out about getting pregnant.
We used a condom, and there was never any genital to genital contact WITHOUT a condom. Slight penetration (with condom) happened only once or twice for a few seconds in those interactions and there was NEVER any ejaculation nor any pre-ejaculate (according to him).
I am more worried about the times we were rubbing outside (WITH condom) as I was EXTREMELY wet and my cervical mucus was egg-white and stretchy. There was never any ejaculation (no ejaculation since almost a week, so no old sperm as far as I know), and he claims there was also never any precm, and even if there was a drop it couldn't escape the condom (Condoms never tore or broke, and there was a second when we were rubbing and whilst I was getting up, the condom slid up slightly but never came off the tip... again, the penis was always dry.)

I am worried about getting pregnant, although no ejaculation, hardly any penetration occurred, and condom was intact, as my vaginal area was always extremely wet with the fertile fluid. Please help ease my mind? I

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Thank you so much! Really eases my mind! Even though we were being very careful, I ended up analysing every little detail and possible slip. It was funny that I was worried about external rubbing against my vaginal discharge than the ACTUAL intercourse.
It is honestly just a psychological scare and I tend to panic, thinking of the worst possible cases instead of the more probable ones.

I guess I just needed a prof. opinion.

Thank you so much once again!!!!

June 20, 2016 - 2:15pm
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