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btsk1210
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Hello about a month ago me and my girlfriend used the today sponge and a spermicidal condom. While having intercourse the condom slipped off of me, it wasn't completely all the way in her, it was where i could grab it with my fingers and pull it out. By that time i still hadn't ejaculated and there might have been some precum in the condom, she had her period about 6-12 days after having sex, but what has her worried is that she has had little fluid all of this month, and her period is supposed to be due within 5 days. What are the chances that she might be pregnant. Thanks
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ErinK
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If she had her period after sex and it was a normal period, then she's not pregnant.

If she needs peace of mind, though, she can certainly take a pregnancy test now and have it be accurate, but I doubt that she's pregnant.

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