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vaginismus and partial penetration

i know this question is probably silly to most, but i suffer with vaginismus and my husband and i have had "partial penetration" with ejaculation while in (i'd say 1-2 inches). i am fertile/ovulation, think there is a chance of pregnancy???
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replied July 3rd, 2008
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I'm going to move this one over to getting pregnant forums.
And there is a chance of pregnancy, good luck Smile
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replied July 4th, 2008
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Sorry if I sound ignorant, but I am just not following the question. Can you elaborate on your condition.

Do you know for sure that you are fertile and that your did this when you were ovulating?

Wait until your period is late and if it is then test.

Like Maddie said, there is always a chance of pregnancy when you are having sex unprotected.
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replied July 6th, 2008
basicly, vaginismus is an involuntary contraction of the pelvic muscle when something is inserted. i was basing my "ovulation" by my cycle length (29 days) so that would make day 14-15 my ovulation days. we had intercourse on day 15. i said partial penetration because he was able to get in about 1-3 inches and my muscles spasmed, at that point i was going to try to relax (contracted my kegel muscles) but he had already gone in that time frame. i know it is possible to get pregnant with any intercourse, i was just second-guessing myself because with my muscles tight, i guess i thought maybe the sperm couldn't enter???
thanks for the reply by the way!
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replied September 7th, 2010
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