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finally got my cherry to pop, Should we be worried?

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He finally got my cherry to pop without a condom (we plan on using them from now on, we talked about it -- We we will have no worries) He didn't cum inside the worst -- Maybe pre-cum. He hadn't ejaculated since the day before and had showered and urinated alot thru-out the day. Should we be worried or is everything in the clear for now? (If I could be possibly PREGNANT?)
Also, it happened last night but im all "Slimy" and there is still some blood.. Is that normal?

Ive been a bit nauseated the last few days in the morning (Not bad though) And the only other sexual encounter was during and right after my period where we only rubbed bare (And again the worst he had was pre-cum -- The one time he had ejaculated a few hours before)

Could I still be Pregnant?? :( The only sign I've been feeling is that slight nausea. Other than that no other symptoms.


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replied May 25th, 2012
Am I Pregnant Answer A35319
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

Unprotected intercourse always carries a risk of pregnancy even if done for the first time and if it was ovulation day then high possibility is present.Even if your partner did not ejaculate then also precum contains enough sperms for fertilization and shower and urination does not make any difference to it.

Nausea would be due to other reasons as stress,gastritis as it is not possible to have pregnancy symptoms so early.If it has not been 72 hours then I would advise to take Morning after pill for pregnancy prevention.Spotting might be due to hymen being broken.If there are any unusual symptoms consider visiting a Gynaecologist for evaluation.

Take care!


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