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If you're with a guy and he's in you for less than a minute, at an early stage (as in just beginning to have sex), and did not ejaculate, what are your chances of getting pregnant?
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Everyone would like a quick answer, and please remember that Scarleteen is a free service run by volunteers.

That said, you will find the answer to your question here:
What's The Risk? - Five Easy Pregnancy Risk Assessment Flow Charts

If you do not wish to become pregnant, and it has been less than 72 hours since the incident, you can find information about emergency contraception here:
Emergency Contraception

Also, you have a significant STD/STI risk, so both you and your partner need to get (Testing, Testing…) full STD screens.

Laurel Lemming
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According to What's The Risk? - Five Easy Pregnancy Risk Assessment Flow Charts:

If you DID have unprotected penis-in-vagina intercourse but the man DID NOT ejaculate, then you have a MODERATE to HIGH risk of pregnancy. See your health care provider as soon as possible for a pregnancy test/Morning After Pill and an STD screening.

How long his penis is in your vagina and whether or not you're "at an early stage" really don't make a difference.

If this took place less than 72 hours ago, you still have time to get emergency contraception, so you need to go and do that immediately.


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