Hello, I just had sex for the first time with my boyfriend and it was unprotected. I just wanted to know that if he didn't ejaculate can I still become pregnate from pre ejaculation? We didn't have sex for very long only a couple minutes because I was scared, I just wanted to know what I should think/know and this point
8 Sep 2013
I have a similar question, me and my bf had sex on the 23/08 without protection, i'd lost my virginty with him the day before using a condom, but on the 23 we had sex twice, we had 10 minutes in between each time we did it. We both believe he didn't cum, he thinks I still could be pregnant but I got my period a week and a day after sexual intercourse. Could I be pregnant? I'm not getting pains in my lower abdomans, cravings, more headaches than usual, swelling or signs of my stomach getting bigger or moving. I want to be sure so I know what to do next, I have not had sex since as i've been worried. Please help.
15 Jun 2015
In a full ejaculation there are millions of sperm cells. Due to the high Ph balance and other factors in the vagina, only a few hundred cells make it to the secondary oocyte (egg) then it takes at least 50 cells to break through the barrier that surrounds the "egg". When one cell over comes ALL these obstacles then you can become pregnant. Also, most women ovulate only 24 hours in their 28 day cycles. Usually around day 14. The day you start your period is day 1. It is VERY DIFFICULT to become pregnant from pre ejaculation though you need to protect yourself with birth control and/or condoms. It is inexpensive or free at your local health department. I work in healthcare as a nursing assistant and I am getting my RN degree shortly.
11 Jan 2015
Hi ! Well I fully believed pulling out was enough birth control for me .. I'm 35 n I have one 13 year old son ... Have never even been close to being pregnant all these years .. Fully believed I was unable to conceive cause I tried for eight years n I finally accepted n gave up! Well I was with two people n neither one ejaculated of "finished " n guess what?! I'm fully n definately pregnant .. Still feel like it's a conspiracy lol I've been Super "unhealthy " in every way possible .. "Old" overweight .. Going out .. Drinking n smoking like crazy n on medication !! N somehow .. I got pregnant .. When then men I was with didn't even finish .. So if that's possible .. I guess any things possible .. Not the way I wanted to have a baby but none the less .. Here it is ! :)
21 Apr 2014
Men secrete pre cum before and during sex. The precum does absolutely contain sperm but in smaller amounts than the sperm from ejaculation itself. The "pull out before ejaculation" deal does NOT work to decrease your chances of getting pregnant. Remember it only takes one single sperm to get you pregnant. Dont risk it!! If you think theirs even a small chance you may be sexually active you need to be on a reliable birth control.
21 May 2012
Pulling out before ejaculation does little to nothing to prevent pregnancy. Men do secrete sperm throughout the sex act and it only takes one. If he did any vaginal penetration at all there is a chance for pregnancy. It depends on if the time was right and if there was a mature egg ready for fertilization as to whether or not you will get pregnant. I've known of many girls who got pregnant on their first time. I do know that if you didnt get pregnant this time, and you continue to be sexually active with no protection, you WILL get pregnant sooner or later. If you are going to be sexually active, you need to get yourself some kind of birth control. Condoms and spermicidal foam is probably one of the easiest to get. Insist that your boyfriend have a condom on from start to finish.
I have known of instances where the male put his penis in a few times for the feel then put a condom on and the female got pregnant so it is important that he never penetrate without a condom in place if you decide to use condoms for protection. You may also consider hormonal birth control like the Pill or Depo-Provera injections. many women find the Pill easy and convenient. there can be more sponteneity on the Pill. You dont have to prepare anything before sex like you do with barrier methods like a condom or diaphram. Make an appt with a gynecologist or go to a Family Planning clinic and have a female exam and talk with the nurse or Dr about your options. At this point, if you are within a 72 hour window, you can try something like Plan b but if it is beyond three days since you had sex there is nothing to do but wait and see. Now that you have let your boyfriend have sex with you, you can pretty much figure he will want to do so again so you do need to think about birth control. Good Luck!
2 Jul 2015
Help, my last period was May 10th and it is July 1st. The period in between didn't come. During those days I did have a slight pinkish brownish when I wiped,for about 3 to 4 days. I have been sleeping in and hungry a lot, I've been getting twitches in my stomach a lot and Moody. Could I be pregnant?
My boyfriend and I don't use a condom and he pulls out before. So I'm wondering what u guys think. I've had a baby girl already I'm just wanting to know in advance.
21 May 2012
If you feel responsible enough to have sex, you should be responsible enough to have proper protection and safe sex. It's time for you to see your doctor to discuss what you want to use for sex. You don't want an unplanned pregnancy. I don't know if your boyfriend has had sex before? If so he should be checked to make sure he has no sexual deseases that he can pass to you. You don't want those either. Don't want to scare you but you need to think about this before you have sex.
Hope all goes well,
28 Jun 2015
I also have a question. I have never had sex, but yesterday, out of curiosity, my boyfriend tried to penetrate and it was in me for about 5 seconds and that was it. There was no condom on and I don't think we had sex but I'm panicking and I don't know what I should do. Should I take the emergency pill? I'm scheduled to get my period this coming Wednesday and I'm not ovulating. But I don't want to take any chances
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