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Unprotected sex, inserted penis inside vagina once, no ejaculation, delayed periods. Pregnancy symptoms?

Hi doctor... Am 24 yr old men... and I had sex with my gf about 18 days back..... and that was her 18th day of cycle.... I have inserted my penis only once into her... But am sure that no ejculation occured... But its now 35th day of her cycle... Why is this happening... Is there any chance of here getting peregnent Pls assist me doctor
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Hello
Thanks for the query.
Having unprotected intercourse can definitely lead to pregnancy, specially if it occurred around the days of ovulation
Even without ejaculation, sometimes pre ejaculatory fluid and secretions carry some seminal fluid, which can lead to pregnancy.
To minimize chances of pregnancy, you have to use contraceptive methods regularly.
Also, if she has a regular 28 day cycle, and she is already overdue, please test at home using HCG urine pregnancy test kit for a pregnancy.
All the best.
Answered: Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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