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Getting pregnant from pre-cum ?

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So if he didn't ejaculate the day before there is no way of getting pregnant from pre-cum? How would you know if a little got inside you or not?


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replied January 26th, 2010
Pregnancy Q and A Answer A9525
Hi, and thanks for your question on eHealth forum!

If your partner did not ejaculate in the last 24 hours then the pre ejaculate or precum will not contain any active mobile sperms. Hence chances are less that this would have made you pregnant.

However, there is no way of knowing now whether there were sperms in your partner’s pre-ejaculate or whether pre-ejaculate entered your vagina or not. Always practice safe sex, using both pills and condoms. Use pills to prevent pregnancies and condoms to prevent STDs.

You will have to wait for your due date and see if you miss the periods or not. Take a pregnancy test if you miss the period. It is difficult to comment beyond this on net. Please consult a gynecologist. Hope this helps. Take care!



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