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is my girlfrind pregnant or not ?
An_254854 posted:
I had sex with this girl on the 19th (no protection ). I blow out of her then after 5 min we went another round without me pissing and I also blow out of her . she was suppose to get her period at the 20th , any way she didn't have her period on 20th (delayed period ) then we had sex on 21th , and I blow twice inside her we were drunk like hell she also was like in very stress lately (work stress) and she is 37 and she had a preg test at the 22th and it was negative , and another test on 27th also negative , still she didn't get her period is she pregnant because before the 19 we didn't have had sex for like a 40 days . Any idea could she get pregnant right before her period ? or during her period ?
tlkittycat1968 responded:
You had unprotected sex with a woman and didn't ejaculate inside her. You had sex again without urinating first and ejacualted outside her again. She was supposed to get her peirod on the 20th but didn't. You had unprotected sex with her again on the 21st and ejaculated inside her. Her period is now over a week late.

Anytime you have unprotected sex with someone, there is a chance of pregnancy. Since you did not urinate between sessions on the 19th, there was probably some semen left in your urethra that may have leaked out along with your pre-ejaculate. Since her period was due on the 20th, it's unlikely she was ovuating that close to her expected period. She may have not ovulated and usually no ovulation means no period.

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