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I hear that you can only GET pregnant during ovulation bkus thas when you're most fertile. What if he pulled out but he had already gone maybe A LITTLE or HALF (but not all of it) inside of you. From that exact moment on Feb 21 i was thinkin "did he already do some of it inside of me?" An so i was kinda stressin evr since waitin for my period 2 come, was sposd to be here March 7, but then yesterday i remembered you most likely wont be pregnant if you WERENT ovulating. so i was sure i didnt do it when i was. but den i looked on the internet at those ovulating chart calculator thingys and after puttin in my info ALL of them said my ovulation date was from Friday Feb 19 to Wed Feb 24...so yea den i started freakin out bkus i did it on Sun Feb 21 witout any protection. But maybe im jus stressin right!? Since that thought was on my mind ever since it happened. Im only 2 days late so far. I wanna kno did you get pregnant even after pulling out, do ppl evn get pregnant if they pulled out!?
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replied March 9th, 2010
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kOkEtA, The world is full of "pull out babies". Pull-out is not a birth control method!

If he pulled out in time, the chances to get pregnant are very small. At your age however, he has very little control over his ejaculation and he does not want to pull out as it is spoiling his fun. So the chances are very good that he messed up.

It is a pity you left your research for after the sex. You are correct that you will only be at risk from about 5 days before ovulation to the day after ovulation. However, you do not get pregnant every time he ejaculate inside you during your fertile time. One in every 3 women that had unprotected sex during their fertile time will get pregnant. The stress and worry can cause your menstruation to be delayed.

There is only one way to find out if you are pregnant - take a pregnancy test. Read the instructions first. Repeat the test 7 days later to confirm the results. Speak to your mom or another adult woman you trust if you have any doubts.

PLEASE be more careful. Why would you rely on somebody else to protect you if you will end up with the consequences? Protect yourself!1 You are also increasing your chances for nasty infections and STDs if you allow him in without a condom.

Best of luck!
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replied March 11th, 2010
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You are normally only at risk during the cycle of your ovulation and technically the days proceeding. This assumes your cycle is not thrown off by one of the hundreds of different things that can alter your menstrual cycle. Stop having unprotected sex.
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replied March 11th, 2010
Koketa, the thing you should know about those ovulation charts is that they are designed to help people get pregnant, not prevent pregnancy. When you start menstrating, that is day 1 of your cycle. By day 5, your period is ending and the lining on the uterine wall is starting to build.

You haven't ovulated yet, BUT, semen can live inside a uterus for up to five days. You will ovulate between day 10-14, which means you could get pregnant. After you ovulate, THE EGG IS STILL INSIDE YOU. And will be inside you until your next period, so after you ovulate, you can get pregnant.

Go on the pill if you want to have unprotected sex, but be very consistent. The best way to avoid pregnancy is using condoms and the pill.

I'm someone who got pregnant on the pill, and later had an abortion. If you're late, nows the time to buy a pregnancy test. If you need to talk to someone who knows a lot about this, write me.

Best of luck sweety.
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replied March 11th, 2010
Also, if you're young, you can ovulate a couple of times in a month, when you're younger the ovulation cycle is very unpredictable.

Precum or partial cum or ejaculate can have millions of sperm, all it takes is just one to get you pregnant.

Please be more careful in the future, dealing with an unwanted pregnancy is a scary, stressful time and it's something I never wish upon anyone.

Take care.
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