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I had unprotected sex, do i still have a big chance of being pregnant?

Hi Im 16 years old.. okay I'm not on birth control and me and my boyfriend had unprotected sex the day after my period ended and 2 minutes later i tryed to scoop as much sperm out as i could with toilet paper and three days later we had unprotected sex again and i tried to clean out as much sperm as i could i still have a big chance of being pregnant?
Asked On : Tue, 6 Apr 2010
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response
Hai, Cleaning with toilet paper, scooping semen after coitus and all, not guaranteed for avoiding pregnancy. The few drops of first part of the ejaculum which contains maximum number of sperms which deposited on the cervix cannot be washed away and it makes the chances of pregnancy more. So do't believe in wiping but protect yourself with condoms to avoid unwanted pregnancy, HIV/AIDS/STDs. You are too young to become pregnant, act shrewdly. Anyhow this time you were having sex on the day after the cessation of you periods. So you are unlikely to get pregnant. Dr S.Murugan
Answered: Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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Well here in NY where im from it is really easy to get condoms and birth control totally confidential. Most of the time its at no cost at free clinic. I believe your chances are slim, not that you cant but that its not that common usually there only 5 days of the month where you can actually get pregnant those are the peak of your fertility and the day of ovulation. Usually it takes 14 days for normal 28 day cycle to ovulate. but being that sperm can live inside you for 3 - 5 days it can stay alive to reach the peak of your fertility. i would just relax and absolutely not have sex with out a condom again if you aren't trying to conceive. Don't over stress because to can cause you to be late on your period next month making you more anxious. Good luck hun hope all goes well.

Answered: Wed, 7 Apr 2010
  Anonymous's Response

OMG scooping sperm out will NOT make a difference! Unfortunately there is a HUGE chance of you being pregnant! Girl, there are loads of free contraception methods out there for you being provided for by the government, especially as your 16. if your in the UK, the NHS provides it for free! if you not in the UK, a condom doesn't cost a fortune! A baby however does! Take the morning after-pill straight away if the condom splits or you don't have any condoms. I hope everything goes the way YOU want it, either way because being pregnant will affect YOU more than anybody else. Take care honey, there is still a big chance of you being pregnant, look after yourself in the future.

Answered: Wed, 7 Apr 2010
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