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Can I get pregnant when he did not ejaculated inside?


I will just ask if I can get pregnant knowing that we have a coitus relationship a day after my ovulation day (based on my period tracker). He didn't used protection that time but one thing is I am sure of. He didn't ejaculated his sperms inside mine. I don't know if his precum is inside. Maybe yes or I don't know because I remember that I wiped his with my hand before he put it inside. But I am not sure of it because there would be some still inside of his right?

Also, I took a pill after maybe around 14 hours after? I took the Levonorgestrel 3x/day and I am on my 3rd day taking it so I already consumed 9 tabs.

Can I still get pregnant? I am so anxious and paranoid because I am still in the university and just about to reach my dreams. I am also too young to conceived and I was raised in a society which pre-marital sex is not honored. I am so shameful about myself to be honest.

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Gg, you can still be fertile the day after ovulation, so taking emergency contraception was wise. I think you may have taken more than necessary, which may itself cause some side effects.
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Do you think the 9 tabs that I took already worked? I am just waiting for my period this month but I am still paranoid.
Plan B emergency birth control is a single 1.5 mg tablet of Levonorgestrel. I'm not familiar with the regime you have followed. You are now in the two week wait. Run a home pregnancy test on first morning pee when your period tracker says you are due on.

For future reference, pull-out is a poor method of birth control. You should refuse entry without a condom or other method, especially when close to ovulation like that. The period tracker should be telling you which are the most fertile days.
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