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I'm sick with worry at the thought I might be pregnant. I currently suffer from anxiety and the worry from this is just further making me anxious and paranoid. At this young age neither I or my boyfriend feel ready to start a family but either do we want to have to abort a baby.

My last had my period on the 7th of March, my cycle is usually around 6 weeks long and can be irregular.

Three nights ago me and my boyfriend had protected sex. We used a condom. My boyfriend precumed before he put the condom on. We had sex and everything seemed fine until he accidently slipped out. He was about to go back in again and we realised that the condom had disappeared. We could not find it anywhere around or inside of me either and realised that it must be stuck inside me. My boyfriend did not ejaculate but probably did precum (he probably did urinate since his last ejaculation).
After a bath 14 hours later I eventually found the lost condom in my vagina. When I removed the condom (yes I'm sorry this topic is so gross and detailed but needs must) it did contain some liquid. I don't know if this may have just been bath water or preejaculate still in the condom.

My boyfriend assures me he did not ejaculate.
Neither of us have any STIs/STDs.

I did try to get emergency contraception but the local medical centre was closed. I am going out of my mind with worry! Is there a high risk of pregnancy?

Please reply ASAP!

Blondiee x

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This does not pose a high risk of pregnancy (nor is any part of your post gross, for the record). It may have posed some risk, yes, but that risk would be low since there was not a full ejaculation.

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