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ejaculated in condom - is she pregnant?

need a bit of advice here.

my girlfriend and i had sex 6 days ago. we were using a condom and i ejaculated in the condom. i took the condom off after and we had a nap for about an hour. when we woke up, my penis was dry already. we put a new condom on again and had sex once more. this time, the condom broke. however, it broke without me ejaculating at all. once it broke, we stopped having sex.

i'm just scared as she got really sick the day after that (big headache, sore muscles) and asked me if her sickness might be due to pregnancy. is there any chance she could be pregnant after this?
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replied October 15th, 2008
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It sounds unlikely, there was no sperm. Pregnancy symptoms don't happen until 2 weeks later - at the soonest. So whatever she is feeling is anxiety or not at all related to the sexual incident.
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replied October 15th, 2008
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She wouldn't have had symptoms the next day. I agree with Ingi its anxiety
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replied October 17th, 2008
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Re: ejaculated in condom - is she pregnant?
patientzero wrote:
when we woke up, my penis was dry already. we put a new condom on again and had sex once more. this time, the condom broke.

Just because it may have felt 'dry' doesn't mean that the sperm were not viable. At body temperature sperm can live for up to 7 days. You're GF getting sick the next day has nothing to do with anything, except maybe nerves and/or anxiety. This doesn't mean that she's not pregnant. It just means that from what you described it is highly unlikely that she is. Time will tell.
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replied October 19th, 2008
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she would not have annny symtpoms due to sex the day of "potential conception"
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