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I am 18 and I was wondering the chances of pregnancy. I went out with a girl and I inserted my penis in her vagina for a couple of seconds, I did this twice. I'm not 100% sure If I had precum coming out but I definitely did not ejaculate inside or around her. I also had urinated multiple times throughout the night so I don't believe there was any sperm in the precum. Well the next morning (7 hours later) she took an emergency contraceptive (Plan B). So my question is what do you think is the chance of pregnancy???
I understand that nothing is impossible, but I hope you're right. I made a foolish, immature decision and I hope I don't have to suffer the consequences, even if the chances are extremely small. Thank you for your feedback.
im not trying to scare u hun but i took the plan b pill and i have twins out of it...but the best thing to do is to always use a form of birth control and a back up to such as condoms cuz it seems u guys dont want a kid anytime soon
Yes I agree, but I'm guessing the father of your twins ejaculated unlike myself, but thank you very much for opinion. A question though, when did you take the plan b pills? How much time had elapsed between having sex and taking plan b?
I understand but I was only in for 5 seconds the first time (which I wiped the precum off the tip, then I did it again for only about 8 seconds, again wiping off the precum. Also I hadn't ejaculated in 12 hours and i had urinated at least twice since I had precum coming out. But she informed me that her last period was on July 10ish and all this occurred in the early hours of the 26th, so she may have been ovulating or had already, which worries me alittle. But I was curious if plan b still works during/after ovulation? I just hope that my precum had no sperm in it and if so the plan b pills worked.
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