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veryworriedguy
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we had unprotected sex and i always pulled out before i ejaculated. before we continued again i would go to the washroom and urine. we had sex about 2-3 days before her period was due. she has been complaining of mild cramps for the past 2 days occuring at random times. does this mean that she is pregnant? and also during the intercourse i had this feeling that i was in the process of ejaculating but i was very far away from it. is that pre-cum? or isit something else? i always pulled out when i had that sensation and wiped myself before i re-entered.

[ 10-28-2009, 03:51 PM: Message edited by: veryworriedguy ]

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atm1
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Given that you may have not used withdrawal perfectly, she may very well be pregnant. She can take a pregnancy test when it has been 10-14 days since the risk. The cramps, however, could be due to anything.

How about the two of you go through Birth Control Bingo! to find a more effective method of contraception.

You both have also had STI risks, so you'll want to make sure that you're both up to date on STI testing.

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