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rufioooo
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my girlfriend and i were fooling around. one thing led to another and we were both naked. i fingered her and i only stuck my penis in her vagina only 5 times. and in between those 5 times she gave me head. and i only stuck my penis half way or no further then the head. before all this happened, i did urinate. i been reading that if i urinated before intercourse then my precum would be sperm-free. and i also read that if she gave me head she would be licking the pre cum off. and i did cum. but i came onto a napkin. can she be pregnant?


she has no sign of being pregnant. but she is really really worried. one day she was curious and she stuck her finger inside her vagina and she went in deeper than me and her has and when her finger came out. there was blood. can she be pregnant? please please let her not be.

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atm1
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What you've described presents a low risk of pregnancy. The fact that you urinated should lower the risk, as well.

How long ago was this incident? If it has been more than 10 days, she can take a pregnancy test. If it has been less than 4, she can obtain emergency contraception if she truly does not wish to get pregnant at this time.

Are the two of you up to date on STI tests? If not, get that taken care of soon, since you've both had an STI risk. Really, that's much more likely in a situation like this than pregnancy.

The bleeding is most likely to do either some small cuts or an STI, which is another reason for you two to get tested.

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rufioooo
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its been atleast 5 weeks now. i think she also missed her period. but thing is she doesnt remember when she last had her period.
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Stephanie_1
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Because she doesn't remember when her last periods was (and thus where about this one should arrive/ should have arrived) it's probably best to just assume that it may have been missed and take a pregnancy test. It's been mosr than 10-14 days from the risk, so a home pregnancy test (HPT) would be accurate now.

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