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Protected sex, abdominal pain. Can it cause pregnancy?

well my boyfriend and I had sex on june 19th and I ended my period on June 17th we used a condom and he pulled out and made me jack him off so he came in the condom. Im scared im preganant but if he didn t cum in me then im fine right ? im so scared because this was my first time having sex and im having abdominal pain in my stomach what does this mean ?
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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Mar 2016

Welcome to HCM.
You ended period on 17th June and did protected sex with using condom on 19th June.
If your period was regular,then 2nd day just after period is not your fertile day or ovulation time. It is always safe period.
So Probability of pregnancy is nil or very negligible. You can wait for next coming period. If missed,then do a home pregnancy test after 7 days to avoid your doubt.
Take Tab Drotin DS to get relief from abdominal cramp. Avoid stress,drink plenty of water and sleep properly.
Be well.
Answered: Mon, 27 Jan 2014
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