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My last period started on February 12. I had unprotected sex on the 20th and the 24th. From an ovulation calculator, the date of ovulation was predicted to be the 26th, however, I know that sperm can live 5-7 days...
Both times he ejaculated inside and I'm just curious as to how large of a chance there is that I may be pregnant. (My next period is due on Thursday the 11th.)

I've heard a lot of different facts, and would just like some honest information. Thank you so much. -K.

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I already answered you here. Please do not double post.


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