I had my period on april 27 and i had sex may 9, im not on any birth control. the guy i had sex with had not a sex for a long time and he cumed in side of me could i be pregnant. please answer as soon as possible
Yes you could get/ be pregnant, and possibly with multiple babies. I would just use the law of gravity if I was you. Jump up and down for the next 6 hours and DON"t lay down for the next 24hrs, that way the sperm cannot go up. Good luck!
Sorry, BUT jumping up and down and not laying down, won't do a thing for you. Not a ******, not a bath, NOTHING if those lil soldiers hook up, that's that........Also, YES you could very well be pregnant, of course a lot of things should be taken into considering, such as, if your menstrual is a regular 28 days, longer, shorter ect......however, your time frame is a pretty fertile one.......all you can do now is wait another week or so and test.. Good luck, whatever results you're hoping for
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