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Im very worried if i got my girlfriend pregant we are both 15 and we were not thinking and werent planing to have sex when i was at her house. heres my question what is the chances of her getting pregnant because i only put it in her for less then 5 secs and took it out i didnt ejaculate and didnt have any sperm on it on ln last 72 hours because i clean my penis very well everyday when i shower. but i did get wet during the day is that pre-ejaculating or is it just normal and will that get her pregnant? what are the odds in my problem please i really need help!
Did you use any form of B/C? Condom or other contraceptive. It only takes one to get a woman pregnant ( and pre-ejaculate contains semen), you don't know if you pre-ejaculate, you can't feel it. There's a chance shes pregnant, you'll have to wait until her periods due/missed and take a HPT. You should use a form of B/C to prevent future pregnancy scares and STD's, good luck!
yes she could be pregnant. even if it was only for a few seconds. if you were aroused you MOST LIKELY secreted pre ejaculatory fluid which DOES contain sperm. she's going to have to wait at least 2 weeks and take an hpt.
ok so the people up there are completely right, im sorry, but just relax, she could jsut as very easily not be pregnant and she could be pregnant. you and your girlfriend jsut need to relax as long as you can, if she doesnt get her period then take a test but intil the missed period, just be happy and enjoy life...with no sex. lol 15 is faaaar too young, im 19 and thats still too young for myself and my boyfriend, sex is good and fun and all that but it also comes with a sensible and mature brain, so just hold out on it, you've got a lot f time to worry about sex later!!
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