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Hello,
I am trying to manage my anxiety, which is why I am asking this question.
My girlfriend and I had unprotected sex the day after her period on March 26th, which would be day 7. According to her ovulation calendar and her own personal knowledge of her body, she did not start to ovulate until last Wednesday April 4th, which would be Day 23 (three days late, but consistent with the last few months).
Ordinarily, I would not be concerned because I did successfully pull out, and I also did not ejaculate for more than 48 hours prior to intercourse (to address the pre-cum issue).
However, she has reported dark brown spotting the last few days, which is causing me to be concerned.
I completely understand that anything is possible and of course the risk of unprotected sex at any time (so respectfully, no need to repeat it to me), but realistically, how worried should I actually be that she could be pregnant? Could it be stress spotting? We work stresful jobs too. thanks ~Allen


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replied April 12th, 2018
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Hello.
Welcome to this forum.
Chance is very less,as you also know. Moreover, minimal spotting goes against a possibility of getting pregnant. Yes. stress can be a cause here. But wait for her next cycle to get assured.
Hope I can address your query. Please visit your doctor if there is any further confusion as without a clinical examination it is not possible to opine through an online medical forum.


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