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my BF was told that after he cums, he's shooting blanks for the next 24-36 hours.
This past Friday (11-25-07) i gave him a BJ at like 1:00 pm. Then later that nite things got a little crazy and i let him in a couple of times without a condom on, just to see what it felt like. [Eek!] he was dry. Im not on birth control.
Could i be pregnant?

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You did take risks of both pregnancy and STIs. Your boyfriends experiences with not ejaculating in that time period are NOT reliable birth control or safer sex practice.

If he didn't ejaqculate, the pregnancy risk (and some STI risks) are lower than they would be if he had, but pre-ejaculate can pose pregnancy risks, and you've no way of feeling -- neither has he -- if he pre-ejaculates in a moist vagina. You can't tell any difference per that, and would not be able to feel it.

It's too late for emergency contraception right now, so I'm afraid the best you can do is wait it out, plan on a new STI screening about a month from now, and by all means, have a chat with him about always using condoms.

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