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gnnr
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I am virgin,it was my first time ever to give a handjob to my bf,he cums and then after 30 minutes, he got hard again and he was trying to go inside my vagina,he went not even halfway through and i stopped him. he was not wearing a condom and i was in my 14 days of cycle !!i am not sure if i had any precum inside me or not but i am really scared if i could be pregnant. my next period should be aug 12. what should i do. could this precum had any sperms left from the previous ejaculation and i can be pregnant. please help me
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atm1
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Unprotected genital contact, particularly after a recent ejaculation, does pose a significant pregnancy risk.

When did this happen?

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gnnr
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This happened on Sunday , my cycle this month was 26 days! I got it on June 23 and July 18. I was exactly on my day 14 on Sunday ... I am really worried . Should I go for plan B ! Or is it too late . Usually my cycle is 28 days except last month was 26 .
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Yes, you can still get EC. It can be effective for up to 120 hours after a risk.

Let's also not worry about where you were at in your cycle: it's not really possible to predict your ovulation date just by counting days. To accurately predict that, you'll need to take your basal temperature and check your cervical mucus daily. So let's just assume you had a significant pregnancy risk and act accordingly.

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Johanna
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