me and boyfriend were fooling around in his truck before a basketball and it led to us having quick sex but he didnt come, he was only in me for less than a minute! can i be pregnant? Rolling Eyes
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replied February 3rd, 2011
Don't let the term "precum" scare you. Yes, it is possible to get pregnant with precum, but not often. I understand the burden of fearing the unknown, but if I were you, I'd wait to see if mother nature takes her course...that is, you get your period. If you do get your period but it doesn't last as long or if it's lighter than usual, don't fret. This often happens b/c of a change in sexual activity, or even stress. If you don't get your period, of course you'd probably want to take a test right away...it's the only way you'll know for sure.
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replied October 10th, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !


I went through your query and i understand your concern.If precum or ejaculate is deposited in or near vagina then it could be. Washing the area in that case could help.



Take care
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