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way too far from my ovulation so there no chance at all ?

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Hello Doc, I'm just asking if what are the chances in getting pregnant. so it was my 6 days after the last day of my period, then my boyfriend got a little too excited and i gave him a handjob and ejaculated, then like 4 hours after we make out then he got pre-cum and he touched it with his finger, he just let it dry, and just rub his hands and he put a skin lotion, wiped it on his clothes. after 30 to 60 mins, with completely dried hands he fingered me with the same finger.

What are the chances of pregnancy ?

since its 6 days after the last day of my period, its way too far to my ovulation so there no chance at all ?

I tried to have a mucus test and it was like I am slight wet then when aroused I was very wet. Am I doing the right thing doing mucus test ?

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replied May 24th, 2014
Am I Pregnant Answer A47405
Hi, and thanks for your query on eHealth forum!

Actually six days from the last day of your period is close to ovulation. Ovulation occurs sometime around mid cycle—so in a cycle of 27 days, it occurs around day 12 to day 16. So, six days after the last day of periods (assuming it is a 4-5 day period) is taken as a date close to ovulation. Sperms can stay alive in the uterus, or fallopian tube for about 4-5 days. So, if you ovulate around that time you can conceive if you had unprotected sex.

However, they way you describe the events, since your partner’s fingers were dry and there was no semen inserted into vagina, you are highly unlikely to become pregnant. You may get a delayed period due to tension. However, if periods delay beyond 3-4 days, do take a pregnancy test and see (as I said earlier—pregnancy is unlikely). Hope this helps. Take care!

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