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Hi, i have been on birth control for a few months now. I have not missed a pill this month. My husband has has a vasectomy 6 years ago and has been letting loose in me ever since with no pregnancies. If he pulls out before he cums, is there a chance the precum can get me pregnant? I am late for my period but I think it is because of stressing over it. Please help.

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replied April 22nd, 2012
Fertility Answer A34196

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing to us

The chances of pregnancy in your case seem to be almost nil.First of all after a vsectomy procedure it is rare to father a child as the sperms are not ejaculated from the urethra due to blockage.So even precum has very rare chance to impregnate.
Secondly you have also been taking the pills regularly that would provide contraceptive effect so conception possibility does not seem to be there.

Periods can be delayed due to various other reasons as hormonal imbalance,contraceptive pill intake as it can cause irregular periods and altered blood flow,stress,anxiety.thyroid disorder etc.

Relax yourself and wait for the periods to start.They might start soon.If you notice any unusual symptom consider visiting a Gynaecologist for evaluation.

Take care!

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