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I had my period around last week and as always it lasted for about 5 days. This week, on Tuesday I had sex with my boyfriend. We used a condom and the actual intercourse only lasted about 2 minutes because we were stopped. He swears he did not ejaculate inside me and I believe him because after he pulled out, there was no ejaculation in the condom and then I gave him oral sex and around 5 minutes later he fully ejaculated into the condom. But afterward, I got the same worried feeling I always have as to whether I might be pregnant. I feel this pinching every once in awhile on the right side of my lower stomach. And yesterday, which would be 4 days after sex, I had a little bit of mucus come out along with some watery pinkish blood. I have read about implantation bleeding and now I am freaking out. Someone please help :/
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replied November 22nd, 2010
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
If you are sure that even pre-cum did not enter vagina, then pregnancy can be ruled out. Pregnancy is a possibility if pre-cum entered vagina since it is known to contain sperms in it. The period when you had the intercourse could be during your probable fertile period (time of egg release from ovary), since it was after your last periods.
The watery pink discharge might be implantation bleeding if pregnancy has resulted. The discharge and the pinching feeling could also be a mid cycle spotting indicating ovulation.
Visit your gynecologist for a thorough examination and tests to confirm/rule out pregnancy.
Take care.



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