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Sex post periods, fatigue, lower back pain, constipation, bloating, cloudy vaginal discharge. Chances of pregnancy?

Here s the details: - 3-4 days after my period ended - it was round 2 he had ejaculated about 10 minutes earlier although that time he had gone nowhere near my vagina ( I was still clothed) - were rubbing, went in a little bit but not fully. Also my period is quite regular but I ve been experiencing fatigue , bad lower back pains, constipation bloating and creamy/cloudy discharge which started a week since the accident. I know my chances are very low but my question is if it s possible esp since he had sperm on there from about 10 minutes before hand. I m Really paranoid and want to know if this is even possible to be pregnant. It was my first time doing this
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
in case of regular periods it is uncommon to ovulate on around 9th day of cycle but possibility cannot be completely excluded,
spermatozoa may be alive for 4 to 5 days in ideal conditions and they are having motility,
so though very low there is possibility for pregnancy,
so if you do not get your periods on expected day better to check for pregnancy once.
take care.
Answered: Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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