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inkie
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I have always read how there is pre-ejaculate fluid when a guy is erect, but what if he isn't erect? Can it still be present if he had an erection earlier that day or something? I used the search and came up with nothing. I am asking because about 8 or so days ago my boyfriend and I had genital contact, but he didnt have an erection at the time. But within the past two days I have been getting nausious (sp?) and my breasts have been tender. Do you think there could be any possible pregnancy risk? Thanks!
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LilBlueSmurf
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Going by symptoms alone usually isn't very accurate. I would guess that your risk is probably low for pregnancy, but there may be some for transmission of STD's.

You can wait for a week or two to pass, and then take a pregnancy test if you're still concerned. If that one comes up negative and you don't get your period before hand, take another one a week later.

Here are some articles you may find useful;
Safe, Sound and Sexy
Where Did i Come From?
What's The Risk?


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