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i continue having unprotected sex after my pre-cum with my gf.. it is possible 4 her 2 get pregnant?? her period is 4 days late.. we are extremely worried..!!
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If you had unprotected sex with your girlfriend, she is most definitely at risk for pregnancy, and you both are at risk for STDs.

If her period is late, she can take a pregnancy test, and I highly suggest that she does.

For more about the risks from various sexual activities, and what you can do to minimize them, check out these articles:

What's The Risk? - Five Easy Pregnancy Risk Assessment Flow Charts

A Quickie STD/STI Risk Assessment

Safe, Sound & Sexy A Safer Sex How-To

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i did pull out during pre-cum and cum.. still at high risk??
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Pre-ejaculate occurs without your knowing it. Even if you do notice it, it still happens more than once. Generally, pre-ejaculate is released quite a few times during the course of an erection. So while you may think you're catching it before it happens, you're almost certainly not.

So yes, your girlfriend most assuredly could be pregnant. You both also have an STD risk. I suggest you get yourselves to a clinic ASAP for a pregnancy test and some STD testing. And then I suggest you get some condoms so that this doesn't happen again.

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Yes. It's very possible to produce pre-ejaculate (pre-cum) and not notice it, and really, any time a penis is inside a vagina with no contraception, that's a pregnancy and disease risk.


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Lastly, continuing to do something foolish when you know better is simply asking for poor consequences.

If you do NOT have the information you need to -- like knowing what risks this puts you at -- then stop and take the time to get that information in full before you're sexually active again. And if you can't be sexually active responsibly, you simply are not ready to be sexually active.

The links provided above can give you that information, you just need to take the time to read it -- if you had, you wouldn't have asked yet again about the risk of withdrawal because you'd have known the answer.

Heather Corinna
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