Hello,

i have been very anxious about this for a couple weeks..

It was the last day of my period (i am pretty sure it was atleast) and I was wearing a light tampon because I was barely bleeding. That day (which was at the beginning of june) I had sex (i took my tampon out before). My boyfriend pulled out before he ejaculated .. And when he did there was blood everywhere :shock: . I wasn't so worried about it at the time. Then we went at it again two more times and I was still bleeding. I bled a little bit that day but the day after, there was no blood at all.
This was not my first time having sex.
There was no condoms or other methods of birth control used.
My boyfriend pulled out all three times .. Which can reduce the risk of pregnancy 81%-98%. Yes I do know that pre-ejaculate can make you get pregnant also.
The only way i'll know if i'm pregnant for sure is to wait and see if my period comes at the beginning of july, but I honestly can't wait that long.

I would just like to know what you think my chances of being pregnant are.

Thanks.
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replied June 20th, 2005
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You'll have to wait and test. Next time use birth control!!!!!!!
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replied June 28th, 2005
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Having sex right after your period is the "safe time" there really isnt a sure time u cant get pregnant but your are least likely when you did. Honey you need to use some kind of protection
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replied July 1st, 2005
Most women are fertile to concieve days 10-14 counted from the first day of your last period. Some women ovulate twice in a month, the second during their period so just hope you're not one of those people.

Good luck. Look at the pregnancy tests at the store. Some can return results the first day of your missed period.
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