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Had unprotected sex, did not ejaculate inside vagina. Pregnancy possible?

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I m manohar from hyderabad . i had not total sex but partial sex with my girlfriend last week i m not sure whether my sperm went into her vagina n she didnt even bleed aftr first sex actually i didnt penetrate totally i kept sme part of my penis in her pussy n removed it after 5secs as i was about to release sperm i m afraid doctor whether sperm went into her vagina please help me out n when i asked her about this problem she said me i didnt penetrate totally n she didnt loose her verginity
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Hello
welcome to health care magic
Regarding your query,i will tell you that.,,to become pregnant complete penetration is not necessary,,.
Precum also contains some sperms which may penetrate and cause pregnancy but it is rare..
this precum is released before ejaculation..

If you ejaculate in the thigh also sperms move towards the vagina and cause pregnancy..
Don't worry about these rare things..
If you are still worrying about that,,give her an emergency contraceptive pill...
Hope you understand my suggestion..
Thank you
Dr.siddartha
Answered: Tue, 7 May 2013
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