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URGENT, I need help with possible Pregnancy

So I had sex with my partner. We used a condom, and I pulled out before ejaculation. However, when I pulled out, I noticed a whitish fluid on the inside of the condom along the shaft. I think this is because I forgot to squeeze the tip of the condom when I was putting it on, so there may have been some air in the tip. Ive also heard that this fluid could be from her, but then how would it be on the inside of the condom? I don’t think any got out, but if any did, it definitely wasn’t a lot, but I don’t know if any did either. Saying some did, how concerned should I be? Is this fluid precum? It was very liquidy and I’ve never seen it before. It’s definitely not semen. I know I didn’t ejaculate inside her. Also, We had sex when her chart read, “non fertile” but her menstrual cycle chart is also a little off, so I’m not sure if I should be concerned or not that she’s not on her period yet. Can someone please provide their thoughts? I think I might just be paranoid but I really want to be sure. Thank you for timely responses, I really am nervous and I just want to be sure.
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139792 tn?1498585650
It is likely to be semean or precum. It is harmless so do not worry.......
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I’d say it’s extremely unlikely there’s any risk of pregnancy. 1st, you used a condom, which is normally about 95% effective, 2nd, you pulled out before ejaculation, which wasn’t even necessary if using a condom properly, 3rd, you said this was at a low point in her fertility cycle, so all in all, I think you’d have less than 1 in 100,000 chance she could get pregnant. Relax - you’re fine!
973741 tn?1342342773
Usually the reason why they say condoms are not 100 percent effect is because they break.  This wasn't a condom break.  I agree that it is really unlikely that what you describe would result in pregnancy in any way.  Try to relax and wait 2.5 weeks and then she can take a pregnancy test if she doesn't start her period. But I would expect it to be negative.
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