me and my boyfriend had sex several times. he went in me without a condom. i dont know if he had pre cum. he said he was completely dry...
so can you get pregnant from pre cum?? and how likely is it?
okay well after he went in and out a few times, he then put on a condom and cummed inside me. the condom didnt leak. and then like between 30 mins to an hour later we had sex again and he went inside me again w/o a condom. one of my friends said that i could be pregnant from cum still being on his penis from that last time we did it. she said that b/c he had a condom on, some cum could have stayed on it. i personally dont think that is likely...i am worried about the pre cum.. it is too late to get an EC pill. this happened on saturday last week. so its been 1 week and 3 days.
so this morning I was about to get in the shower and all of a sudden i felt soo sick. like i was gonna throw up. i started sweating & i got into the shower to see if the water would help. but it only got worse.. the water running in the shower sounded like it was far away. so i lost some of my hearing. then i couldn't see. i was like completely blind for a few minutes. i couldnt stand up & i was bent over in the shower. all of this lasted maybe 3 to 4 minutes...then things started to come back. as soon at my stomach started feeling better, i started to see again and then my hearing came back..(btw. i never thew up though) i am just so scared b/c i think i might be pregnant! was that morning sickness?
thanks for your help.
Posts: 12 | From: Clayton, North Carolina | Registered: Jun 2006
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This is now the second pregnancy scare you've reported here from having unprotected sex. So, I'll say it again: if you do not wish to become pregnant, you need to use reliable birth control practices/methods properly and consistently. Or, abstain from sex. same goes for STIs, as we have also already discussed with you.
Proper condom use means the condom is on for ALL direct genital contact. Not some. Men cannot tell when and if they do or do not pre-ejaculate, so you may have had a risk. And it is too late for EC. As we mentioned the last time, EC can only be effective within five days of a risk at a maxiumum.
The symptoms you are reporting, however, are NOT pregnancy symptoms. However, they sound very disconcerting, and I'd suggest you see your general doctor for a checkup ASAP.
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