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Sexually active, exposed to pre-ejaculate sperm. High chances of pregnancy?

Hello! I am 19 years old and just became sexually active with my boyfriend. A last night he did ejaculate but he was not inside me. I did have it on my hand though and didn t wash right away. Anyways, we had sex again today and he did pre-cum inside me. Is there a chance of pregnancy? I read that unused sperm can come out during pre-cum if he ejaculated recently.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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It all depends upon where you stand in your menstrual cycle at the moment.
If this has happened during middle of cycle where ovulation takes place,then chances of pregnancy are high.
If the unprotected sex was just before the periods or during the periods or just after the periods,then chances of pregnancy become nil,as that constitutes a safe period.
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