We were having intercourse without a condom and I pulled out for a minute and then leaned up to where she was...As soon as I did that I started sperming and it got on her lower stomach and her upper leg and a little on her waist towards her vagina, it went no where near the vagina but I was wondering if we need to worry about this. I know for sure I did not do it until I leaned up. Please help. Gettin worried
Yeah she could be pregnant, anytime you have sex theres a chance and especially since you didn't use a condom she has more of a chance. Anytime you're going to have sex you need to wear protection if you don't want a baby!!!!
Whats pre cum, like I wouldnt call what we were doin having sex...Well I dont know what u would call it, I guess it would be sex, my penis was in her vagina but like it wasnt like full on sex ya know, it prolly only went in her maybe 3 times and I pulled right back out but mainly I was just rubbing her with it, but she is on birth control
This reminded me of something from the playboy advisor (my boyfriend has a subscription and I have no shame in saying I love to read it for the articles... Seriously!) anyway, a guy asked:
"i have been using the withdrawal method to keep from getting my girlfriend pregnant. That is, I come on her stomach. She takes a shower after sex, and i'm wondering if the water can carry the sperm into her vagina. Have you ever heard of that happening?"
"no. Even with the best of intentions, it's much more likely you'll get her pregnant before she hits the shower. Coitus interruptus is better than nothing, but that's about the only good thing we can say about it. The technique's failure rate is estimated to be about four percent with perfect use, meaning that over a year's time, four of 100 women using it will get pregnant. However, given that highly aroused men are involved, a 19 percent failure rate is thought to be more realistic. About the only birth-control methods more risky are the rhythm method and crossing your fingers. For many years researchers thought the high failure rate could be attributed to pre-come, which is produced by the .Cowper's gland and emerges during foreplay in quantities ranging from a few drops to a teaspoon, probably to lubricate the urethra and head of the penis. However, several small studies have found no sperm or only immobile sperm in the fluid, so human error remains the chief culprit."
Yeah, i'm not sure how I feel about it either. I suppose the key words to remember are "several small studies have shown..." still, no one should use the pull and pray method thinking they can't get a girl pregnant if indeed human error (ejaculation) is a possibility.