With Condom, Ejaculated outside. having white discharge late menstruation
me and my bf have protected sex 3 weeks ago. and he ejaculated outside too. usually i have a long menstrual cycle.. about 33 days or 36 days and it says that when you have this long cycle usually your ovulation takes place on the 20th day of your cycle. we had that protected sex on the 14th day. today is 37th day of my cycle. and these past week i am very busy , stressed... could this affect my one day late menstruation? could i be pregnant using 2 contraceptive method? [condom, withdrawal]
Are you saying that you used a condom but took it off? Sorry, I'm a little confused. The pull out method does not work for protecting you against pregnancy. The discharge could be because of a yeast infection. And yes, if you are very stressed it can cause you to be late or even miss your period. You might want to go ahead and take a pregnancy test. Are you having any other symptoms with the discharge, like itching and or burning?
I see. So he was wearing a condom yet he still used the pull out method. The whole time you were having sex, the condom was on. Then no, you have almost 0 % chance of being pregnant. Condoms can break. As long as it did'nt you are fine. The discharge is probably the hormone change before your period.
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