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hey everyone,i just wanted to know acouple things..me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex about three weeks ago and he didnt ejaculate in me so he said but im still worried about the pre cum???? we had sex with a condom on eversince but i got my period about two weeks after the first time.i was maybe a day late..three days before my cycle ended we had sex with out a condom and this time he did ejaculate in me. the very last day of my cycle i was bleeding bright red and usually i have a brown discharge for a bout 2 days and i only spotted brown one.ive been dizzy and my stomach has been hurting...i dont know if im pregnant or just crazy and thinking that i am so im just feeling sick??/?what do u think?/? my cycle was normal except the last two days?
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replied March 20th, 2009
The same thing happened to me with the cramps and stuff afterwards. It has been two weeks and I've done two at home tests, both negative, and the doctor has even done one that was negative. So I'm not sure what is up with that, but I thought it would comfort you to know that you probably aren't preggers!
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replied March 21st, 2009
thanks
i hope not but then again i would be o.k with it..ive been feeing relly sick and light headed all of a sudden.its been about a month since the first time we had sex with out a condom.im not sure if he really did ejaculate in me but he keeps playing and saying he did alittle bit.but i dont know if u can get prego from pre-cum...im a lil worried just cuz of what my family might think and plus im getTiing FAT! :<




and at times it feels as if im on my period.
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replied March 22nd, 2009
I think at a month it is too early to be gaining pregnancy weight. Have you started bc in the last few months? I would take a pregnancy test to find out, you should be able to give accurate results at a month. I have to wait another week or so before I do another one. You may be able to get pregnacny tests at the dollar store or something similar wherever you live. I bought mine at one for only a buck, compared to the $10 price at a grocery store for the same product!
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replied May 20th, 2009
WOW...REALLY
You guys YES you can get pregnant from pre-cum. If you have sex without a condom you have a 100% chance of getting pregnant and STDs you have to stop this, and you must better educate yourselves before having sex, because men will tell you whatever to get some, even if it's virgin's can't get pregnant (WHICH THEY CAN). Also you guys probably are so worried that your pregnant that you are causing these pains you are having mentally. Stop stressing and take a pregnancy test and please start using condoms AMERICA!
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replied August 18th, 2010
Fertility Awareness can help... :)
Actually the idea that you can get pregnant from precum is just a hypothesis made by doctors and has not actually been researched scientifically. The only study on the matter found that the number of viable sperm in precum was well below the sperm count levels where men are considered sterile. So at this point, there is NO evidence for pregnancy being possible.
The Chinese have used ejaculation control (not ejaculating during intercourse) as a method of birth control for thousands of years, and my husband and I have used it for 3 1/2 years successfully.
If you want to understand your cycle more and understand better when you can and cannot get pregnant, you should look up Fertility Awareness. You can also use the Fertility Awareness Method as a highly(98%) effective method of birth control. A good book on the subject is: Taking Charge of Your Fertility by Toni Weschler.
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