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We used a condom and he pulled out?
WE had sex a week ago. We started making out then i gave him oral. then before going into me, he put on a condom and we did it for several minutes, then i had given him oral again(w/condom) then he took out and the condom and came. His *** was spilled into his legs(our bodies are not touching). then we took a bath(separately). What's the cahnces that i'm pregnant? Thanks!

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I have answered your question here:

Please only post your questions once in the future. Double-posting is against our guidelines.

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