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some of his sperm in my vagina... could I be pregnant?

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Hi, I need help!!! 2nites ago my partner and I were getting kinky. I tied him up as u do when u wanna experiment and when he was very erect i sat on top of him and he had no condom on.... he was leaking quite a bit too!!! at the end he came in my mouth and some got on my hand.. I went to the toilet to spit it out but needed the loo... i went to the loo and after wiping myself i touched myself and i got some of his sperm in my vagina... could I be pregnant?

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replied February 28th, 2011
Sexual Health - Women Answer A20221
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For a 28-30 day menstrual cycle, fertile days are between day 8th - day 18th taking day 1 as your first day of bleeding. If you were in your fertile days at the time of the unprotected act, pregnancy can result. If the semen got in touch with vagina directly, then chances of pregnancy cannot be ruled out. Once you have the egg release from ovary, it can be alive inside you for 6-7 days and sperms once inside the female reproductive system, can stay alive upto 3-4days. If you are not ready for a baby, consider taking emergency contraception within 48-72 hours of the unprotected act.
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