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    An_258004 posted:

    I am 23, and I am concerned if I might be pregnant. I had an unprotected sex but only in the beginning of the intercourse. I felt something liquid came out of my husband and I am thinking it might be pre- ejaculate. Do the pre-ejaculate makes me pregnant?
    nohard responded:
    Hi It can do that, make women pregnant, sometimes it carries sperm and sometimes it does not.

    The real thing was you trying to get pregnant?

    The only thing you can do if this was in the last 72 hours and you don't want to get pregnant is turn to Plan B, if your past the 72 hours, you will then have to wait till your next period, if you don't get one the that's the time to get tested.

    Good Luck

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