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There is always a chance of pregnancy. If in doubt, go and get a test; better safe than sorry.

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There is always a chance of pregnancy when you have unprotected sex. The mild cramping could be from sex. If you had sex right before ovulation or during ovulation, there is a huge chance of pregnancy. If you miss your period then take a pregnancy test. Hope this helps.


don't be worried, just take a pregnancy test of your period is late. Use protection and then you won't have to worry. It is good to use something so you don't get an STD anyway.





ZERO, sperm is very fragile and does not live long after being ejaculated. A woman must be ovulating for pregnancy to occur, not five days before ovulation.


Yes, it only matters that he ejaculated in you, not the before or after.







You can still get pregnant even if the man pulls out, however if you have gotten your period, chances are pretty good that you are NOT pregnant. Your mind is a powerful tool and if you know that there is a chance you might be pregnant you mind can trick your body into thinking it is and you can have pregnancy symptoms even when you are not pregnant. The best way to prevent unwanted pregnancy, especially if you are young is to abstain. yes you can still get pregnant even if your boyfriend did pull out. and if you did already start your period chances are you are not pregnant.


If the cum landed anywhere near the vagina, then yes most definitely ! That would be called a splash pregnancy. Even if he ejaculated before entering, there will always be semen residue. That's why you should always use condoms, just to be safe!


yeah that is if the guy hasn't already ejaculated yeah that is if the guy hasn't already ejaculated


There may be sufficient sperm in the semen emanating from the male organ to cause pregnancy in the woman. Your chances increase for pregnancy anytime you have sexual intercourse, whether or not the man ejaculates.


It can be as early as one month into your pregnancy or as late as eight months into your pregnancy. Its different in every woman. But dont be worried if you dont experience breast tenderness till your three months along.


hmm... you should be fine, unless you did any drugs. i would be more worried about this boyfriend of mine... i mean, im not gay!! hmm... hopefully i knew him well enough before he ejaculated inside of me though.. i wonder if i'd be able to pass a drug test though... Honestly there is a very good chance it would show up in a drug test if it was a day or so after. Before i had ever even tried meth just making out with a guy i was seeing (who was on meth) or having sex with him i would feel a contact high without even realizing it for awhile. It is easily transfered through skin and sexual contact.



Not very likely at all, but if you are worried have her take a pregnancy test


Sorry I forgot to add this in there I did both because my boyfriend and I thought I was pregnant and my mom brought me to the doctor, but before that I took a at home pregnancy test, but I have almost all the symptoms of pregnancy


If your asking what are the risks of pregnancy, I dont believe pre-ejaculation contains any sperm, and if it does it contains very little. If he pulled out right before he did, then there is almost no chance for you to be pregnant.


im meant to get my period today but it hasnt happened, my boyfriend and me had unsafe sex and i think he pre came in me but he didnt come inside me, i havent got any discharge or anything and im just worried i might be pregnant, how long do i wait before i can actually take a pregnancy test?


You have no pregnancy symptoms before you are pregnant.


I'd be worried if you remained on the pill if you were pregnant. But if you are one the pill and a condom is in use, then 99.9% of the time you wouldn't get pregnant.



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