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Had sex without condom, rubbing, no ejacuation. What are my chances?

hello doctors. i'm in a bit of dilemma right now. I had sex with my girlfriend earlier with a condom, I came in the rubber then washed my penis with soap and water in the shower, I peed also. then after a few minutes we had sex again, but this time no condom. it was just rubbing and no ejaculating, i took it out after 10 minutes. what are my chances? thank you.

i am planningto get her nordette just in case. I'm really worried right now
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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thanks for using health care magic.

without an ejaculation, the chances of your girl becoming pregnant is zero.
Ejaculation comes at the climax of a sexual intercourse and is preceded by
an intense pleasurable nervous sensation thus each individual while awake
is conscious of an ejaculation. Thus, haven taken a bath after the first
intercourse, and knowing that you didn't have an ejaculation the chances
of her becoming pregnant is zero.
Nordette is an emergency contraceptive which should be taken immediately
within the following hours. With a less likely possibility of her being pregnant
nordette will have no role except just to satisfy the mind.
Best regards
Dr Achuo
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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