Hello, I really hope i don’t get too personal with my question and my specific details.okay on June 26 until July 2nd I had my period. Sometime between the second of July when my period had ended to the 14th of July I had sort of Sexual intercourse wiht my boyfriend he had put his penis into my vagina without a condom for not even more than 7 minutes, okay now He knows and I know that he didnt ejaculate sperm into the inside of my vagina, but you know the liquid or little wattery thing that comes before ejacultion? okay well could i be pregnant ?i mean it wasnt inside of me for a long time and he didnt even ejaculate! What are my chances ! I’m very scarred and don’t know what id do if i was.please help, thanks for taking the time to do so, i appreciate it thanks
Dear ‘Could I Be Pregnant?’You have good reason to be afraid. No one would think of driving a car without first learning how to operate a motor vehicle. But, thanks to the pull of human desire, people will take their bodies out for test drives before they learn how the machinery works!Here’s a crash course. First of all, pregnancy occurs when a sperm fertilizes an egg. If all the apparatus is working properly, a woman will ovulate (release an egg from the ovary) during the middle of her menstrual cycle.Day one of the cycle is the day when the period begins. The average menstrual cycle is 28 to 30 days. So, as you can see, ovulation would occur on day 14 for a 28 day cycle, and day 15 for a thirty day cycle.To be safe, a woman must assume that she is fertile a few days before or after the mid-cycle. If a woman has a regular cycle, meaning that her period occurs at the sime time of the month, each and every month, then it is possible to calculate when ovulation occurs. If a woman’s periods are irregular, then she can never be certain when ovulation will occur.The fluid you talk about is called ‘pre-ejaculatory fluid. ‘This fluid does contain a small amount of sperm, which means that if you are ovulating it is possible to become pregnant, even if your boyfriend doesn’t ejaculate inside you. This means that unprotected sex is a definite no-no.Even during the non-fertile times in your cycle, it is still not a wise idea to have unprotected sex. This is because it is always possible that your body will release an egg at an odd time. So, that ‘s the story. And, yes, you did have sex during your fertile time.If your period doesn’t arrive on time this month, you can purchase a home pregnancy test as soon as one day after your missed period. If your results are positive, then contact me again and we will discuss your options. Promise me that you will never have unprotected sex again.Let’s hope that the fear you have had to endure was a major lesson that you won’t ever need to repeat.