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I am pregnant and am curious to an opinion on conception date. Earlier last month, I had sex with a guy friend who withdrew and masturbated before ejaculating. Two weeks later, my current boyfriend and I were drunk and engaged in intercourse with a condom. But when he ejaculated, he did not hold the base of the condom to pull out. The next afternoon, I found the condom inside me, the ring was outside but the condom was empty. Which time was I more likely to have conceived? I do realize that I was not wise in either scenario, but both guys are aware of the circumstances. Thanks.

I apologize for posting this elsewhere, also. Wasn't sure how to work the website.

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Have you had your pregnancy confirmed by a doctor yet? If not, that should be your first step. That way, you can get information on your options, start your prenatal care if you plan to remain pregnant, and also ask any questions you may have about your pregnancy, such as your estimated conception date.

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