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Sexual intercourse for the first time, ejaculated outside vagina. Chances of pregnancy?

i had sex yesterday afternoon with my girlfriend. it was the first time. the intercourse was not full only half of male organ was inserted and i ejected out... and also her period ended on 6th. is there any chance of getting pregnent? and if she takes ipill will it be safe? we are also not sure whether she lost her viginity or not.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Hello,
Since her period ended on 6th,the chances of getting pregnancy can be there as her ovulation is just 5 to 6 days away but this is possible only if semen is ejaculated inside vagina.But since ejaculation took place outside vagina,the chances of pregnancy are as good as nil.
However wait for her next periods and if they get delayed you may go for urine test of pregnancy.
In case there is lot of anxiety regarding pregnancy ,you may opt for I PILL.
I PILL should be taken within 72 hours of intercourse,although it works best if taken within 24 hours.
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Answered: Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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