He told me he needed to ejaculate and i told him i wasn't on birth control and he wasn't wearing a condom and he fully ejaculated inside of me and it was the last day of my period. I was still bleeding just a tiny bit whenever we had sex.
I had unprotected sex the day my period ended, he ejaculated alot in me. Am I pregnant?
Question posted by Zelijyah18 on 22 July 2013
Last updated on 22 July 2013 by DzooBaby
There is a possibility of pregnancy, sure. It is hard to know when you are ovulating and it is possible to be ending your period and ovulating again. If you dont wish to get pregnant, then you should get yourself on some kind of birth control. Unfortunately one cannot rely on a man to take charge of birth control.It is not his body he has to worry about if a pregnancy would occur. Is that fair or right? NO, but it is the way it is. As women, we have to take charge of our own bodies. I agree with KM, this guy has no respect for your body and if it were me, I would not have sex with him again but that is your choice, of course. You might want to get something like Plan b if sex occurred in the past few days. It is best taken in the first three days after sex. If you are going to be sexually active, you might consider getting on birth control pills. These wont protect you from STD's though, you still need condoms to do that. Even had he pulled out, it would not be a guarantee against pregnancy. Withdrawal of the penis before ejaculation does little to nothing to prevent pregnancy in spite of popular belief. Men release sperm all throughout the sex act, not just when they ejaculate. It only takes one to get pregnant. In the future, insist on condoms or get yourself on a reliable birth control method!
It only takes one sperm, and that amount is deposited in you long before he ejaculates. You need to protect yourself better then you are. I would not be having sex with that guy again if he has such little care for you. Unprotected sex any time during the month is unsafe, and there is always a chance of pregnancy. Now all you can do is cross your fingers and wait, unless its within 72 hrs of the sex, you can take plan B or another emergency birtth control.
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