... the Sperms are coming he then pull out and put condom and comeback into me den continue having sex till he ejaculates. But this time he didn't pull out for condom. And he said he didn't ejaculate at all. Is that possible??? We had 30 -45 min sex. Or he is lying to me?? Suddenly I haven't got my periods I was expecting dem on the 17th. But today is 19. I am worried: are there any chances I may be pregnant?? #Depressed
Whether a man fully ejaculates or not he can still release some sperm. So yes there is a chance you can be pregnant especially if no condom was used. Having intercourse then pulling out to put condom on before completing is a big risk if you do not wish to get pregnant. If you have missed your period, doing an in-home pregnancy test may alleviate your worry.
Make him use a condom (or get on a BC pill) every single time you have sex, NO exceptions! Tell him "no condom, no sex!" I bet he buys a bix box of them and make him put the condom ON before you begin having intercourse!
I wish the best for you, please buy a home pregnancy test - they are quite accurate.
Men leak small amounts of sperm LONG before they ejaculate. Anytime there is penetration by a naked penis, even for a couple strokes, there is risk of pregnancy! For full protection a condom MUST be used from start of penetration to finish. Pulling out before ejaculating as a "birth control method" is a MYTH. IT DOES NOT WORK!! You can still get pregnant! Men leak out small amounts of sperm all through the sex act. They cant feel it and certainly cant control it and just because they dont see fluid coming out when they masturbate doesnt mean a thing. Sperm are microscopic. Granted, the majority are released during ejaculation but it only takes ONE and hundreds can be released before he can "feel" anything coming out! You are taking a HUGE risk and you may already be pregnant! You should do a home pregnancy test. Insist ALWAYS on a condom before any penetration is performed. There are many many babies born out there because partners had sex a few strokes before using a condom, thinking they were safe! NOT worth the risk!
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