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Had partially protected sex. Could I be pregnant?

My partner and i had protected sex after which he removed his condom. He did not wash his penis or urinate, so I think there may have been residual semen on his penis. Then he entered again, without a condom, and did not ejaculate. I m on the fifth day of my period. I thoroughly washed myself after realizing that there could have been residual semen on his penis. Could I possibly be pregnant?
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

Yes there is a definite concern about pregnancy, but I think that this is a low concern for the following reasons:

1. On cycle day #5 the chance of conception is very low
2. The amount of ejaculate present is very small

You need to do a pregnancy test at the time of your next period and exactly one week after that.

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Answered: Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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