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Had problem during erection, did oral and inserted the penis. Chances of pregnancy?

Hi, it may sound rediculous but I am serious. Friday morning around 4am I masturbated, urinated (knowing it flushes out remaining semen that are left behind) showered then didn t masturbated for the whole day and I urinated that night before bed. So comes Saturday morning I have sex, but I have a hard time getting it up but once I did, I insert it in and it lasted very shortly about a min and it went limp again so I pull out and went oral and I never or gotten close to orgasming or cumming, or insert it back in after that. Now, would their be any chance of the girl getting pregnant from that? Again I am serious about this and I want a professional answer.
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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Even though you didn't ejaculate in vagina, pre ejaculate fluid also contains sperm. Chance of pregnancy depends on date of menses of the girl (high chance if It was done around ovulation)
Chance of pregnancy with such intercourse is very low, but not zero.
If you are excessively concerned about pregnancy, she can take emergency contraceptive pills.
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