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soccerlover05
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okay, my boyfriend and i were messing around yesterday and he accidentally went slightly into me. he only went in MAYBE an inch, if that. and then shortly came back out. he said he didn't ejaculate and that there weren't any fluids but i'm not sure if there was pre-stuff or not. i need to know what the possibilities are that i could be pregnant???? please help asap!!!!! he was barely in me!!! ahh....i'm such a nervous reck! and i admit that i was wrong...grr....
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logic_grrl
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Pre-ejaculate can contain sperm and if he was aroused enough to have an erection, it's likely that pre-ejaculate was present, even if it wasn't visible. So you do have a pregnancy risk.

(In fact, any time you have direct contact between his penis and your vulva, you have a potential pregnancy risk, so it's always a good idea to use a condom for these situations).

However, you still have time to get emergency contraception (read all about it here: Emergency Contraception ). Don't panic, don't turn yourself into a nervous wreck, just go on and get it .

In addition, both of you have an STD risk, so you'll need to get screened (which is always a smart move anyway if you're sexually active).


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