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Rubbing outside, condom slipped off and he ejaculated on my thigh

By Anonymous October 31, 2013 - 3:33am
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On 27th around 10 pm, my bf was rubbing his penis between my thighs (upper-close to vagina) but he put his condom on.
And when he ejacualted, the condom just slipped off and he ejacualted on my thighs and bed. (I turned my body toward the right side just not more than 1 min before he ejaculated, and he was sure that before I turned, the condom was still on.)

I was shocked so I hurriedly go to wash with soap, hot water, and soap and washed for quite some time. Around 30 mins later, I took morning after pill and took another pill within 12 hrs.

Now is the 4th day after the incident, I have a symptom like my period is coming, but I'm not sure.

I'm very scared. Please help answer how many % of me getting pregnant from the incident?
I've searched and read a lot of cases similar to mine, and they say the possibility is very low.

I cannot sleep or eat properly, too stressful, will this affect my period too?

Pls guide me, thank you

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EmpowHER Guest

Thank you for your reply.

I have a few more questions.
Like everyone asks, can pre-cum cause pregnancy?
I've read that it's possible (but very low)
However, they say if a guy pee or doesn't ejaculate before, the possibility of sperm in pre-cum is very low. Is it valid?

Another question, after taking the pills if not pregnant, the pain like period pain would be a sign of period coming right? (Or it can be side effect?)
And if a person is already pregnant, after taking the pills, will she still have the same pain?

Lastly, my possibility of getting pregnant is low right? Just want to confirm :(

Thank you

October 31, 2013 - 7:31am
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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER and thanks for your question.  If you didn't have any unprotected intercourse and your boyfriend ejaculated on your thigh.  You can  not get pregnant this way. There has to be intercourse and bodily fluid contact, in order for sperm to live and swim.  Hope this was helpful?



October 31, 2013 - 3:52am
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