First i'd like to say hi to everyone! I've missed you all alot but i've been really sick and have taken 3 weeks off work/school. I was in "surgery" yesterday but am back in shape now and recovering.
Anyways! Usually im responding to questions but today I have one of my own!!

Well the day before yesterday I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend however he did not ejaculate. I would also like to mention I was approximately 4 days into my 5 day period. No need to give me the protection lecture im 22 and I wouldn't mind getting pregnant. I am having recurrent metallic tastes in my mouth.
On friday I had two procedures done: a colonoscopy and endoscopy. They put me under a locale anaesthetic not a general so it was not as strong and I was only out for about 15 minutes.
Anyways I guess I was wondering if there is a chance I could be pregnant? Not sure!

I've missed you all and i've been praying for you!!!

Love
~darling
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replied October 30th, 2003
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There is always the possibility of getting pregnant!! And pre-cum has sperm in it too so just because he didn't cum in you it doesn't mean you can't get pregnant. Good luck with your recovery from surgery ~melissa
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replied October 30th, 2003
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I with mommy to be on this one because there is always the possibility of getting pregnant. Just because he didnt nutt doesnt mean you cant have gotten pregnant. I got pregnant easily, I am unable to tell you when however though...Not sure!! But I am praying for you, and if nothing is wrong with your eggs you will eventually get pregnant? Married, or dating??

Write back..I dont know your story!! Sorry!

Stacie
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replied October 30th, 2003
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Hi thanks for the reply. And yes I know precum has sperm in it I was just wondering if the time of month was unlikely to conceive. Me and my boyfriend have been dating for 6 years now so all is good. Thanks again
~darling
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replied October 30th, 2003
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Your welcome!
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