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Protected sex, delayed periods, worried about precum. Can precum cause pregnancy?

I had sex July 8th I was supose to have my period July 22nd or sometime around there I am now 3 days late we used a condom and we checked it afterward for t Holes but it was perfectly fine but I m worried because when he finished and pulled out there way white stuff on his pubic hair and um scared it was sperm that came out of the ring of the condom but we always use these same brand of condomsand never had this problem please help I m only 15
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Hi Marissa,

Please do a home urine pregnancy test today and check for the result. In case you are pregnant, then you may talk to your mother or guardian and take a wise decision.

Please seek a gynaecologist’s opinion too at the earliest.

Practice safe sex always. Early age at sexual intercourse is associated with increased risk of Cancer cervix.

Hope this helps. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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