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mmsb23
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I have a sort of dilemma that I don't know if I'm just overreacting, or if it really is something to worry about. My boyfriend and I recently...I wouldnt really say had sex, because it wasn't at all sex, but he went inside quite far and then went out. That's all. And afterwards I saw him cum outside my body after a blow job. And also I asked him about pre-cum, and he didn't pre-cum inside me. SO, I was just wondering, should I have any worries of being pregnant? Oh, and I don't start my period until the 20th or 21st of this month, so I can't tell you if I have missed a period or not...so please help!
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You've had unprotected vaginal entry, so you've had a pregnancy risk. If he did not ejaculate inside you, the risk is low, but it's there. When a guy has an erection, he's secreting pre-ejaculate, though that's not necessarily something he'll feel.

When did this happen? If it was less than 120 hours ago, you can still go ahead and obtain EC.

Unprotected entry also poses STI risks, so if you and your partner haven't been tested recently, you'll want to make appointments to get tested.

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Lilerse
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But it's still incredibly unlikely that pre-cum contains sperm, right? I mean there's still a risk but I thought it was uncommon. I read that the pull-out method is 96% effective when used correctly (as in, when he actually pulls out in time!). So would there really be a point in taking EC?
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Pre-ejaculate often does not contain sperm, and when it does, the amount is much lower than the amount in ejaculate, so the risk is lower. EC wouldn't likely reduce that 4% risk all that much, but it's about what any given person feels comfortable with, so if this user wishes to get EC, that's her call.

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mmsb23
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Yeah there is no way he ejaculated inside me because i saw it afterwards...outside of my body. And i also heard that some guys dont even pre-cum. Oh, and another thing, I dont have any "pregnant like" syptoms. So I feel like maybe I am just being paranoid.
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The amount of pre-ejaculate can vary a lot, but the majority of male-bodied people do produce it, and usually cannot tell when they do.

As for pregnancy "symptoms" they are not at all a reliable way to determine pregnancy, as every woman experiences pregnancy differently, and symptoms - whatever they may be - do not start immediately.

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To all whom replied to this, and helped me get a piece of mind, I recieved my period today! Thank god! Thank you for helping.
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