Hey all,

I know this may be a silly question, and I apologize in advance. My boyfriend and I had unprotected sex earlier today, but only for a few minutes. I'm not on birth control. He and I usually use a condom, but we were curious to see how it would feel without a condom. Before we had sex, we also did other things earlier in the day and he did ejaculate… So I'm worried that there may have been left over semen from before that could have gotten in? Is there a chance that I could be pregnant from that? I'm also aware that men secrete pre-cum…

Again I am so sorry for this question, and I'm even embarrassed to ask this. I know that it was a stupid thing to do, and I'm definitely going to be more careful from now on.

If you ladies have any input I'd be grateful. Thank you in advance!

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7 Responses to Unprotected Sex For 2 Minutes – Chance of Pregnancy?

  1. Nafulova says:

    Did he pee between the time he ejaculated and the time you had PIV sex? Peeing helps clean out any leftover semen. So if he did pee before you had sex then it is very unlikely you are pregnant.

  2. EohNet says:

    Withdrawal has a typical use failure rate of 27% per year and a perfect use failure rate of 4% per year. Included in the typical use failure are times that the person didn’t pull out in time.

    So, yes, there is a chance of pregnancy, but it is not very likely.

  3. 78edy says:

    If you are really worried, get Plan B.

  4. XdxWoman says:

    I’d say the chance is really quite low but it depends on your cycle, his pre-cum, and other things. If you know you’re ovulating or will soon and are extremely worried, get Plan B. I, PERSONALLY, wouldn’t give it a second thought.

  5. Eeloeva says:

    I’ve did this last year~ Pretty much the same situation as yours, having sex earlier in the day and all. At the time we only used condoms and we wanted to see how it would feel like…I did not get pregnant. There is the chance that you might get pregnant but don’t panic too much! If you do feel like you need extra re-assurance go get plan B, but you should be fine really~

  6. Hteall says:

    As others have said, while some individuals have a chance of leaking semen prior to ejaculation (…my spouse is one, so withdrawal is not in the cards for us!), in most cases the only reason viable sperm might be in pre-cum is due to a relatively recent prior ejaculation. The long penile urethra allows droplets of semen to remain in it, keeping the sperm alive for several hours and able to be washed out in pre-cum.

    Urination is believed (though not well-studied) to wash out any live semen, and the seminal fluid itself will become toxic to sperm after “several hours.” (I got that one from a fertility site!)

    If you absolutely positively cannot become pregnant at this time, and aren’t sure that he urinated after prior ejaculation, Plan B might be worth it for you. Hopefully he can chip in some for the expense, if so.

    Good luck!

    (PS: do you suppose you could change “ladies” to something more gender-neutral? (I like “superstars”! But “VPers” or “folks” works, too.) There are many people in VP who either don’t identify with the term, or who are actually guys who have vaginas, and they can be pretty helpful, too. Thanks!)

  7. EsoNet says:

    My fiance and I generally start off our sexy times sans condom and he puts one on when he’s getting close and we have yet to have even a scare in the three years we’ve been together. Not to say it’s the absolute safest method but it’s worked for us.

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