The chances are viable that you could be pregnant. Pre-ejaculation, which your partner can't control, contains sperm. Also, even a male can't say for sure whether he ejaculated a little. Protection is necessaary. Your chances for a sexually transmitted disease also rise vastly when you refuse to use protection.
not likely to be pregnant
Well, the chances of getting pregnant off pre-ejaculate is pretty high considering he doesn't ejaculate inside you. However, it's still sperm so yes you can get pregnant. If she's been proven fertile then obviously the chances rise again, i'd say a fair amount. It would be best to take the morning after pill and make sure to have a pregnancy test. It may cost some money but it's checking all the same.
Pepsi? As in the beverage? That wont change a thing.
You appear to be very confused about how birth control works. It doesn't matter if you've been on birth control for a year if you haven't used it in two weeks. That sex was unprotected. The chances of getting pregnant from pre-ejaculate are lower than if he hadn't pulled out, but they aren't zero. Consider using the morning after pill or other emergency contraception if you've had sex in the last five days. See your health care provider about getting on a method that you can stick with if you don't want to get pregnant.
Pre-ejaculate is just a drop and you nor him can feel it. Most likely did you feel yourself or him ejaculating. The chance one day after sex is not likely but sperm can live inside up to a week. There's always the Morning after pill.
I had two mature follicles at my ultrasoud this morning, and my reproductive endocrinologist told me that I had a good chance of getting pregnant and a 5% chance that it would be twins.
No it won't , the morning after pill is only temporary.
Im not sure what your chances are but I can tell you from experience that no 2 pregnancys are alike.
You will not increase your chances of conceiving if you take the morning after pill one hour late.
You have to urine on the pregnancy test in the morning, but chances are, if its positive its yes...
Yes, approximately 25% of pregnant women never have morning sickness and that is normal for them during that pregnancy. Each pregnancy can be different.
Very high, especially if you are ovulating. A orgasm can also make you start ovulating again. Don't gamble and glove up and now you have 72 hours to take the morning after pill.