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Me and this girl where having sex and right when I felt the feeling I was about to cum I pulled out and didn't cum so I went back in again and the same thing happened so she just sucked me off for about 30 sec and I came. I'm worried I might have got pre cum in her do you think I did?

 

If you did not ejaculate inside the woman’s vagina (or anywhere close to her vaginal opening), it is extremely unlikely that you got her pregnant as pre-ejacualte itself does not have sperm in it. Of course, figuring out one’s pregnancy risk is a little more complicated than that. If you had any sperm left over inside your urethra from a recent ejaculation, then it is possible that your pre-ejaculatory fluids could carry those sperm through the urethra (the tube that carries urine and semen out of your penis) and into the woman’s vagina. It’s also possible that you emitted a little semen into her vagina, since you came close to ejaculating two times. Are you certain you didn’t ejaculate inside her vagina? Or just hoping?

 

To be on the safe side in the future, I highly recommend using condoms and/or making sure your partner is on the pill or some other highly effective form of birth control when you engage in this kind of sex. Although you might have been lucky this time, and pulled out of your partner’s vaginal before you came, next time you might not be so lucky. Generally speaking, using withdrawal (also called the “pull-out method”) to prevent pregnancy is not that effective; an estimated 27% of women whose partners don’t always use withdrawal correctly may become pregnant in a given year.

 

Condoms are the only device that sexually active people have that greatly reduces the risk of both pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STI) including HIV, and more people should be using them more of the time. Learn more about safer sex on KinseyConfidential.org

 

Debby Herbenick, PhD is an Associate Professor at Indiana University’s School of Public Health and a Research Fellow and sexual health educator at The Kinsey Institute. She’s the author of six books about sex; her newest is The Coregasm Workout. Follow Kinsey Confidential on Twitter @KinseyCon & visit us online at www.KinseyConfidential.org

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