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i was womdering if the conditions of this sexual experience would classify as a high risk of pregnancy.

i had intercourse with a woman two days ago. i was wearng a condom but at some point it slipped completely off and i did not notice until i pulled out. i did not ejaculate and i did not have a full erection. as far as pre-cum, i had urinated several times prior to intercourse so i believe any remaining semen would have been cleared out.

i know theres a risk for pregnancy whenever penetration occurs, but i wasnt sure if the conditions i detailed would reduce it. i was drunk at the time and i while i know alcohol reduces blood flow to the penis i wasnt sure if it would reduce the amt of semen. i had informed the woman of the condom failure both right after it happened and later in the mornig and she was not concerned. i do not know if she uses birth control.

please advise.


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replied August 26th, 2013
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Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
Alcohol usually will not affect semen quantity. If there has been prior urination, chances of pre-cum containing healthy perms are nil. If the woman was not during her fertile days or if she was using any birth control measures, then chances of pregnancy resulting can be further ruled out. Wait and watch for her periods. Look out for development of any new symptoms if pregnancy is suspected. She should visit her doctor/gynecologist for further evaluation and assistance if she does not get her periods within 10 days of expected period dates, or if she gets abnormal bleeding. If pregnancy gets ruled out and if you are not ready for pregnancy, but intend to remain sexually active, you should consider getting her started on suitable regular birth control measures to be protected (after her periods). She should be regular with birth control use as instructed. Avoid having unprotected sexual contact if you are not ready for pregnancy.
Take care.


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