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    Can she possibly get pregnant ?
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    michael2014 posted:
    does spermicidal condoms highers my chances of preventing pregnancy if something leaked during anal sex? percentage?tested and got a negative when period started
    she ended on day 4day 5, had anal sex, tried to avoid ejaculation so it wont spill to her vagina.i did ejaculate but i pulled out.no penetration of vagina. After that i used spermicidal condoms and had normal sex. Fairly regular,last period was 28 days and tested positive with the ovulation kit around (tested last period only) mid cycle. so earliest that she can possibly ovulate is around day 10 i'm guessing
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