Ok so..Im just going to be as blunt as possible because there's no easy way to say this. Alright I lost my virginity two days ago to these two guys. Yes, without a condom for both. The first guy never finished or c**med. but the second guy pulled out and I saw for myself, he finished on his pants and my my area. This happened just a day right after my period ended. I have a normal 28-31 day cycle. This took place two days ago. I am not ovulating and he pulled out. And I'm not looking for a lecture or rude comments. I'm strictly asking, what are the chances I am pregnat? Not ovulating,just got off period and he pulled out and he urinated before we did it so I'm sure no Sperm was in his pre c**. Somebody please help
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We are not in the business of lecturing or making rude comments. So, there is never any chance of that here
So, you had sex where withdrawal was used. With typical use, that is between 72-83% effective. Which means that you have had a pregnancy risk, but it is small to moderate.
You have had a high risk of STIs.
Since this happened only two days ago, you can still obtain EC if you want to decrease your pregnancy risk further. Besides that, all you can do is wait until you can take a pregnancy test. The earliest you can do that is at 2 weeks after the risk.
You'll also want to schedule a full STI screening.
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"The question is not who will let me, but who is going to stop me." -Ayn Rand Posts: 9186 | From: Cologne, Germany | Registered: Sep 2005
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