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he ejaculated on my stomach.

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We had protected sex.. But when he was about to cum, he pulled out, took off the condom and ejaculated on my stomach.. It was mainly above my belly button but some was closer to the top of my vagina.. I didn t feel any go inside but Im just curious he said I was fine and he wiped it all off with a towel.. Is there a chance of pregnancy..? I'm not sure when I ovulate either I think I did maybe two to five days ago but then again not a 100% sure..
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replied April 8th, 2016
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I too think you are fine. There's no reason to suppose any semen got in your vagina, and anyway you think ovulation was finished. You could slip in some vaginal spermicide before each session if you wanted double protection.
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replied April 16th, 2016
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Hi! Thanks for your query on eHealth Forum!

Well, if he ejaculated on your stomach area, then it is unlikely to have tricked into your vagina. Also most sperms die within minutes when they come in contact with skin, outside air etc. So, if we take only that event into consideration, it is not going to result in pregnancy. However, if you had unprotected sex other than that episode, then that could result in pregnancy. Hope this helps. Take care.


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replied June 14th, 2018
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You are not pregnant.
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