ok so me and my guy were having sex last night...we started out using a condom and going through my vagina first...so we were doing it for awhile and then he wanted to feel how it would be without a condom, so he takes it off and we start like making out and his penis is rubbing all over my vagina, and then we continued to have sex without the usage of the condom...so were going at it and whatever, but i dont beleive he ejaculated in me, im about 80% sure, but he might have possibly have let some pre-*** out, but if he did wouldn't he have felt that??...after we were done there we switched to anal and that was were he ejaculated in me...when we were done i felt really wet down there and close to my vagina where it meets the rectum...and i felt like i guess maybe dripping down or something. ok so my question is...is there any possiblites of me becoming pregnant? i also feel alittle weird today, my stomach is hurting but i beleive that might be due to me having my period [and yes i had it when i had sex, it started on december 29th], does that make a pregnancy risk higher?? and also i kinda hurt down there too. wow, any help with this would be great, and if all ur gonna say is go to the doctor then please don't bother with a response then...THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It is unlikely that you could get pregant during your period- although it is not immpossible. When you have your pregnancy, the uterus is shedding the blood it stores in case there is a fertilized egg- by bleeding your uterus is making it unlikely that an egg could find a stable place in the uterus to grow and become a fetus.
What is more worrisome is having sex without a condom, then having anal sex without a condom, and especially during your period. Anal sex is a very easy way to get bacteria- or viruses into the blood stream if there is a cut on the penis or if the tissues of the anus are torn during thrusting. When you have your period , you have an obvious way for infections and viral material to go right up the cervix. It is not safe sex and I hope you don't do it again.
Could you get pregant from the pre-***? Maybe. It's possible although it is unlikely there would be enough sperm to impregnate you. Could the sperm drip from the anus into the vagina? Yes. Would it be unlikely to be enough to impregnate you? Yes, but again, not impossible.
However your unprotected sex could really very easily have given you some kind of sexually transmitted infection and I would like you to go see a doctor ASAP to see if you are healthy or need some treatment. You need to wear a condom all the time- especially if you have anal sex. So please go make sure you are ok- and change the way you make love in the future.
There is always a risk of pregnancy when you have unprotected sex. You can ovulate during your period, but the chances of conception are relatively low. Is it possible you concieved? Yes. Is it probable? No. You can always obtain Plan B just to be EXTRA safe, since you are in the 72 hour window. Happy New Year!
I'm not sure what your asking. Just b/c you probably did not concive this time does not mean you will have any kind of fertility problems or problems carrying a baby in the future. I agree with the above poster, please look in to some other form of birth control, in case you don't feel like using a condom again in the future.
ok so i get plan B right just in case...but if i did a pregnancy test like now would it be too soon to tell anything? im so sorry for all the questions and its just that i cant get plan B right now cuz im at work and im like freakin out and my stomach is hurting and i cant talk to anybody about this yet...
****...sorry for the foul lanuage...ok so plan b it is, cuz i cant wait for my next period even though my period came early for this month...ok wow guys...thanx so much for all who replyed..omg i forgot about this part i started bleeding on december 22nd i only bled for 3 days and then it stopped and then it picked up again on december 29th...does this change anything??? thanks people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Was the bleeding normal both times? If it was heavy red bleeding then it just sounds like your period is acting weird. The fact that you had sex during this second bleeding makes pregnancy even less likely IMO.
However, is there any way you could have been pregnant prior to this weird period??
umm...the bleeding was lite...matter of fact i spot bled on december 20th and stopped...and now my period is still very lite, lihter now after last night...and no i wasn't pregnant pior to all this as i havent had sex in a year..last night was the first for a while...and i dont know if this matters but my stomach is hurting and its not cramps because it doesn;t feel like cramps...its more uncortable then anything. thanks!!!
Okay, so the lack of sex means no prior pregnancy. That's good. It makes it easier.
The cramping now probably doesn't mean anything. The reason jenniferolivebridge keeps stressing to you that your chances are very slim is because in order to be pg from sex on your period you'd need long-living sperm and a very early ovulation. Both of these factors, while possible, are not very probable. You wouldn't even actually be pg right this very minute - the "super sperm" would be waiting around for this early ovulation.
Plan B would be the safest bet but your chances are very slim.
ok i see...so really u cant get pregnant when u have ur period only when ur ovulating? but how do i know im ovulating? like i said my period is all of track and...ok but anyways i will just get plan b just in case because im only 20..i dont need no babies running around...is it expensive? does anybody know?
That is right. You can only get pg when you ovulate. Ovulation is the release of a mature egg that can be fertilized. Your period is the shedding of your uterine lining. Those are two very different things.
If your periods are not regular, then you're ovulating about 2 weeks before your period shows up. The only way to PREDICT when you will ovulate is to watch for bodily signs and/or use an Ovulation Predictor Kit. You won't want to do this unless you're actively trying to get pg though because the monthly kits can become costly.
Since you're irregular, you're a great candidate for birth control pills. This will solve the issue of not wanting babies right now and will solve the irregularity guessing game.
wow...thanx guys!!! really...big thanx to all, i mean i never have been in this type of situation before because i always had protected sex and this was a first for me...but i will go to the store after work and buy plan b...
Wow hun, first of all there is like zero probability that you are pregnant. When you get pregnant is during ovulation, not during your period. You have a period when an ovum goes unfertilized and the lining was engorged and ready for implantation. Plan B, if taken within 72 hours of unprotected sex, reduces the risk of you getting pregnant. Good luck.
the actuality is you can ovulate during your period. is it common or normal? heck no. but there is no need to risk it. our bodies can ovulate different times of the month, or skip months. id rather protect even when the chance is very very slim if pg is not wanted. :)
oh, one last question to this...my period that i have now does it count as december's period or january's period? because i started like december 20...stopped...started again on december 23-24...stopped...and started again december 29
because i think my cycle is short, i think its anywhere from 21-23 days
this is ure decembers period but it doesnt matter . and dont worry once u have planb u will probably get ure period again in three four days and then ure periods will go crazy for 2-3 mnths. i had planb on the 1st of june i had my period before that on the 20 of may . so my cycle for my was done but as soon as i had planb i had another period on teh first just 10days faqtr my previous period , then i had some more bleeding in the mid of june and then another period rite in the start of july. so my periods were crazy for 2-3 mnths after i took the planb. so dont worry if that happens to u too . its normal.
Copyright 1994-2018MedHelp.All rights reserved. MedHelp is a division of Vitals Consumer Services, LLC.
The Content on this Site is presented in a summary fashion, and is intended to be used for educational and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended to be and should not be interpreted as medical advice or a diagnosis of any health or fitness problem, condition or disease; or a recommendation for a specific test, doctor, care provider, procedure, treatment plan, product, or course of action. MedHelp is not a medical or healthcare provider and your use of this Site does not create a doctor / patient relationship. We disclaim all responsibility for the professional qualifications and licensing of, and services provided by, any physician or other health providers posting on or otherwise referred to on this Site and/or any Third Party Site. Never disregard the medical advice of your physician or health professional, or delay in seeking such advice, because of something you read on this Site. We offer this Site AS IS and without any warranties. By using this Site you agree to the following Terms and Conditions. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your physician or 911 immediately.