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no idea where it went, pregnant possibility?

My boyfriend and I of 4 years had intercourse, I was on top and he pulled out and ejaculated behind me while I was still on top. I have absolutely no idea where it went, pregnant possibility? I did see some yellowish spots in my underwear. I am 28 years old.
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replied February 5th, 2016
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Hmm. I think the risk here is that he had started to cum before he got all the way out. There's also the remote chance that cum in the crack of your butt dribbled down into the vagina. Were you in the fertile window CD 8 thru 16 of 28? Are you going to take Plaan B? Interesting that you have been practicing pull-out for 4 years without a pregnancy panic - you are overdue. Anyway, 28 is a perfect age to start a family.
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replied February 29th, 2016
Welcome to e health forum.

The first day of your menstrual bleeding is the first day of your cycle.

Chances of pregnancy in healthy woman, after a single episode of unprotected sexual intercourse is only about 20-25 %, provided the woman has a healthy and regular menstrual cycles, the intercourse occurred during the fertile period of her menstrual cycle (day 12 - 16 of the menstrual cycle of 28 days).

Having sex in the days out of this fertile period (that is day 1 to 11 & 17 - 28 ) would be less likely to result in pregnancy, and it is considered to be the Safe period.

If you think you might be pregnant, and also miss your expected period, do a urine pregnancy test.

Home pregnancy urine tests are very sensitive and are around 97% accurate when done correctly. Such tests can be done at least 1 day after you have missed your monthly period (which otherwise where normally regular). If it is negative, a repeat test after 7 days of missing the period, would definitely be confirmatory.

I hope this helps.
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