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What are the chances of a 17 year old girl getting pregnant if she had unprotected sex 5 days after the last day of her period but the guy didn't ejaculate he ejaculated 1 hour before the sex occured?

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2006-12-06 05:13:22
2006-12-06 05:13:22

You still have a good chance of getting pregnant. Usually a guy leaks a small amount of semen during intercourse, even before ejaculation, and it doesn't take much to get pregnant.

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The chance is there, you could be pregnant. Go see your doctor or get a pregnancy test.

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there really wasn't much information for an answers. but here we are: if he ejaculated inside there is a chance, if he was wearing a condom and ejaculated there is a small chance, if he didn't ejaculate there is basically no chance.

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"Pulling out" does not work - you had unprotected sex, period. There is semen in any fluid which leaks out of the penis, even without ejaculation.

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Call a doctor and ask for a precise answer. If you're interested in common sense, the chances are good enough that you should have demanded he use protection if you didn't want to get pregnant. If your goal was to get pregnant, carry on and quit asking questions - you're overcomplicating it and probably don't deserve to have a child.

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The chances are VERY slim. The only way pre-cum could have sperm in it is if you ejaculated before the pre-cum, but the chances are slim to none.

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Well it depends on the quantity of pre-ejaculate fluid, but from what I learned in medical school, Over 9000!

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If you are on the pill, the chances of getting pregnant are fairly low, so it's unlikely that you'll get pregnant.

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the chances of getting pregnant is if you actually have unprotected sex and the sperm does reach the egg. if you have not had sex, you wont be pregnant

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Your chances of becoming pregnant are 100% if you are having UNPROTECTED sex.

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Condoms are a good source of contraception if you use them properly, and they do not tear/break. If the condom didn't tear/break then, even if they did ejaculate inside you, there is very little chance you would get pregnant.

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ANSWERIn general chances for pregnancy after unprotected sex are about 50%. But chances are increasing if unprotected sex happened i the middle of cycle and chances are decreasing if unprotected sex happened during not-fertile days.

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ANSWERIn general chances for pregnancy after unprotected sex are about 50%. But chances are increasing if unprotected sex happened i the middle of cycle and chances are decreasing if unprotected sex happened during not-fertile days.

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no. Not unless he just ejaculated. But even then, the Chances of a girl becoming pregnant from that are astronomical

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yup.broken condom means ur semen are in her vagina and there is chances that she get pregnant

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the chances are kindda high.. i noticed after ejaculating, that theres still some seminal fluids spewing out, even like 5 minutes after ejaculating.

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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.

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If you got your period after that, chances are you are not pregnant. Plan ahead and bring your own condoms!

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the chances of getting pregnant under theese circumstances, are very low.

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Absolutely not! As a matter of fact, this is how my husband and I conceived our child. A guy can ejaculate enough pre-sperm to actually get you pregnant also...so best bets, use protection.

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your chances are very good, that's why you don't have unprotected sex, not to mention diseases

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Did you have unprotected sex ? If you did you could be pregnant if you did not have unprotected sex then the chances of being pregnant are very slim, depending on the type of fooling around that went on.


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