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So me and my boyfriend were fooling around we had no clothes on and we did foreplay a lot..then we kinda had sex but only for a couple of seconds coz he just went fully in me for like twice or three times ( he had no condom on) and it really hurt so we stopped and just continued doin everything (except sex) for like 5/10 mins until he came in my mouth.. My question is considering all this is there any chance i might be pregnant? is it a high chance? coz im really scared :S
Thanks a lot!

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Anytime there is unprotected genital contact, a pregnancy and STI risk exists. So yes, you do have a pregnancy risk here.

From our Pregnacy Risk Assesment Chart,

If you DID have unprotected penis-in-vagina intercourse but the man DID NOT ejaculate, then you have a LOW TO MODERATE risk of pregnancy. If it has been less than 120 hours since your risk, you may obtain emergency contraception. If it has been greater than 10 days since your risk, see your health care provider as soon as possible for a pregnancy test and an STI screening.
Even if your partner didn't ejaculate, the chance of pre-ejaculate being present (which can contain sperm, and therefor presents a risk) is fairly high.

If it has been less than 120 hours since your risk and you do not wish to become, you can obtain Emergency contraception that will help lessen the risk of pregnancy. The sooner you get it, the better.

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