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What are the chances of being pregnant if you used a condom AND pulled out?

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2011-10-18 21:11:26
2011-10-18 21:11:26

The chances are slim to none. If you were totally protected, u have nothing to worry about. The days you are most fertile is 14 days after your period. The day of your period starts day 1. Untill the 14th day, u are most likely no longer fertile. You cannot get prego after 14 days. If you have more questions eamil me. julieobuszewski@hotmail.com sincerly, Julie

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unless the condom had a hole in it or if it broke, and if your period is normal and you haven't missed any, no, there's no chance of being pregnant.

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It sounds like your chances of being pregnant are slim to none. Number one you said there was no precum and number 2 you said he pulled out right after it happened. You have to have some kind of cum to get pregnant whether its precum or a full blown gush. To make yourself feel better take a test.

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don't worry about it, by using one you are being safe


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