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OKay guess what? today i had sex .... with out protection [Frown] yeah .... i know anyways..... he did not cum befor he went in or while he was in he really wasnt in that long (i know that dosent matter) but anyways no cum was there just PRECUM ....woot.... [Frown] so my last period was 14 days ago ...... what are the chances of pregency


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You've had a significant pregnancy risk, with a higher STI risk.

It would be wise to contact your local Planned Parenthood or public health clinic to obtain emergency contraception and schedule full STI screens for yourself and your partner as soon as possible.

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