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KAYLA_USMC
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So. I am 19, in college, and engaged to a U.S. Marine. I am currently not on birth control and when we have sex, it is always with a condom. But 2 days ago...we changed it up a bit and now im freaking out. We had sex without a condom but he swears up and down that he pulled out way before he even felt like he was close to cumming because he doesnt wanna risk it. Then he went pee, came back...and we did the same thing again... With him pulling out in the same way. Then we talked for 20minutes then we did the same thing AGAIN. I was reading all these forums online about whether or not i could be pregnant from precum because it kept saying that precum seeps out during sex the whole time! So obviously, my question is... Is it highly likely that i could be pregnant right now from precum? I know for sure that he didnt cum at all in me so all im worried about is the precum. Help me to not freak out! Please! Thanks! (P.S.- im not worried about STDs. We both got tested together when we first got together. I fully trust him. He is my future husband. We jus really are in no shape for a child. And NO, we are not having any more unprotected sex. Already made an appointment for birth control!)
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Robin Lee
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Hi KAYLA_USMC and welcome to Scarleteen! Can you please take a look at this link first? It has a whole lot of information about what is and isn't a pregnancy risk.

http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/27/t/027786.html

Once you've taken a look at that, if you still have questions please come on back! [Smile]

Thank you.

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KAYLA_USMC
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So from what i read....it is highly unlikely that i am pregnant from precum. Especially because he peed every time before he went back in and precum dries pretty quickly. Correct me if im wrong please... But i should not be worrying myself sick.
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Robin Lee
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Nodding...the risk is low in this situation. Basically, what you're describing is effective use of
Withdrawal

As you'll read in the link, withdrawal has been found to have a 96% success rate with perfect use, so there is some risk of becomingi pregnant. If you feel this risk level is too high for you, you are still in the window of time in which you can take Emergency Contraception (Plan B or the Morning-After-Pill)

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