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Had partially protected sex. Is pregnancy a possibility?

Hi, my period came on Nov.2 and it went off Nov.8 i had sex Nov.10. My partner and I was using a condom but then the condom broke. We were not at all having rough sex he wasn t all the way in but he was in there and all his sperm went inside me, when I stood up like 10second I started feeling his sperm flowing out of my vagina . I did not use the bathroom at all I went home feel asleep laying on my back when I woke up i used the bathroom and laid back down my lower stomach felt like my uterus was had something swimming on it and was not even near my uterus but now i feel like I m pregnant is it a possibility?
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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If you are having 28-30 day cycles, you were in the safe period and you need not worry about getting pregnant. Since ovulation usually occurs around 14th-16thday in such cycles, fertile period when intercourse can result in a pregnancy ranges from 11th-18th day. Beyond that chances of pregnancy are very little. Remember, ovulation almost always occurs 14 days before next cycle. You can have an examination from your doctor if you miss your period, which is most unlikely. Take care.
Answered: Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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