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gitgit
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i having sex with my girlfriend last two weeks and i just put in my penis in her vagina not over 10 times. Is that she will get pregnant? Before having sex i have had masturbated and bathing too. I scare my girlfriend will get pregnant.
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Whit3Wint3r
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It sounds to me like you tried to "pull out" before ejaculating. This is not a form of birth control and is highly risky. Scarleteen users always recommend using a condom when partners have penetrative and oral sex. I recommend getting a home pregnancy test kit to check if your girlfriend is pregnant. As far as bathing, if you masturbate and bath with semen still present and your girlfriend gets in to bathe as well, there is a possibility that the sperm could be introduced into her vagina. Again, I recommend using a home pregnancy test kit.

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Heather
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As far as bathing, if you masturbate and bath with semen still present and your girlfriend gets in to bathe as well, there is a possibility that the sperm could be introduced into her vagina.
That is NOT true. If it was, can you imagine the pregnancies that would happen in lakes or public pools? More to the point, the user only talked about his bathing before intercourse: he made no mention of sexual activity while bathing.

As well, withdrawal IS a method of contraception. It is one of the least effective in perfect (96%) and typical use (73%), but it is a method.

If you are going to leave answers here, you truly need to do your best to be sure they are factual. (And do please see the comment I left at one of your other posts: you also may NOT have three accounts here.)

So...

gitgit, if what you have been using is withdrawal, you can see the rates there. If you have not been using that method -- if you have also been ejaculating onto her vulva or inside her vagina, then there is a very high risk of pregnancy, around 80-90%.

Please understand that intercourse will always pose a risk of pregnancy: it's just about what, if any, method or methods of contraception a person is using per how much of a risk it is.

If you both want to prevent a pregnancy, you need to either not have the kinds of sex that can create a risk, or use a reliable method of contraception when doing so. If you want to make more clear what, if anything, you have been using, we can refine our answer to you.

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