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shaina
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plzz help me.i had my periods on 11th.and it ended on 15th.my bf and i had sex on 17th.it wasnt exactly sex.no insertion.he had his penis at m yvagina's opening.could i get pregnant???plzzz reply asap
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As the other thread you posted in made clear, kindly check the risk assessment chart before posting about a pregnancy risk. It answers your question.
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shaina
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plzzz help me. i havnt slept for days now.and wat's a risk assessment chart.plzz tel me is their any chance dat i get pregnant.i took an EC on 19th.
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shaina
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sorry 4 posting it 2 early.i read the risk assessment chart.plzz tel me is their any chance dat i get pregnant.i took an EC on 19th.and he didn't ejaculate.can i get pregnant??
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-Lauren-
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quote:
If you were less than fully clothed, or unclothed, but not having genitals-to-genitals skin contact, did any pre-ejaculatory fluid or semen get on or near the woman's pubic region, on her underwear or pantyhose, or on her swimsuit or any other minimal garment?

If YES, you MAY have a low risk of pregnancy. More significant is the risk of Sexually Transmitted Infections. If it has been less than 120 hours since your risk, you may obtain emergency contraception. If it has been greater than 10 days since your risk, see your health care provider as soon as possible for a pregnancy test and an STI screening.

If you have engaged in dry sex -- no vaginal entry, but genital contact -- but were unclothed, WITH direct genital contact, then you have a MODERATE risk of pregnancy. If it has been less than 120 hours since your risk, you may obtain emergency contraception. If it has been greater than 10 days since your risk, see your health care provider as soon as possible for a pregnancy test and an STI screening.


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Leabug
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Shaina, were you wondering whether the EC will prevent pregnancy? If you took it as directed, then it may reduce the chances of you getting pregnant by up to 89%.

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