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Courtney Crimewaves
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Today when me and my boyfriend were making out, we got down to very little amounts of clothing, like usual. And for a second, we slipped, and he went inside me for a few seconds.
Can anyone tell me what are the chances of me getting pregnant? He didn't cum, and I don't know if there was any precum on his penis... It's just too early to tell, but I kinda wanna know my chances

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OWL Dan
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Welcome,

I do not see much of a risk here, but there was still a risk. Pre-ejaculate does not normally contain sperm; the only time that it might contain sperm is if he had ejaculated recently and there was some sperm remaining in his urethra. The thing is that you had direct genital contact and there is the possibility of what I just described. It is your call if you want to consider “Plan B/ EC”. It is the most effective if taken within the first 24 hrs, it become less effective over time (see article added below). You can try taking a test in 10-14 days to know for sure if there is conception. On a different note, there was also a risk of exposure for STI’s. I highly suggest that both of you get tested to know if STI’s are present in either of you to have exposed the other one to; then get retested in 6 mos. to be sure. I am adding an article about testing too. Let us know if there is any further you could help you with.

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PS: Sorry for the delay in responding. [Frown] For a faster reply on something this time urgent, try the "Emergencies and Crises" section next time. [Smile]

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