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Had sex using pull out method, anal sex while ovulating. How to test pregnancy other than the kit ?

Hi! I had sex and used the pull out method, He did not cum but idont know about the pre-cum, and I don t know if I m pregnant, it s 3 days before my period and I had anal sex when I was ovulating and he came in but I don t know if you can get pregnant from that, how can I tell if I m pregnant other than the pregnancy test and do you think I m pregnant, it has happened before, pull out method 5 days before my period but I got my period on the right day.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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Hello Good Evening,

If you have done sex just 3 days before the due period date, than very rare possibility to get pregnant or can say that is nil, because ovulation occurred around middle of your period, for example in 28 days period, it is around 14th or 15th day.
But in different females, due to multiple factors, it can occurs 9th to 22nd day of the period, so you are looking pretty safe to conceive.
And if talk about your different route of sex, than you think how can it possible to contact between egg and sperm, because sperms are in anal canal or rectum and egg is in the ovary or Fallopian tube, so totally different places.
So be relax about your pregnancy and just wait your period to come, to confirmed that you are not pregnant.


Dr. Naresh Jain
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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