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Question: pre cum and pregnancy chances
|kimmie10469 - Sat Aug 08, 2009 9:04 pm|
my boyfriend and i had sex we use the pull out method. he pulled out when he was pre cuming and wiped him sex and went back in. is he still leakin even though he already pre cumed? is more in uretha?
|Debbie Miller, RN - Wed Sep 02, 2009 2:45 pm|
It is possible to have sperm present in the pre-cum as well as after ejaculation. This is not a reliable method of birth control. You may not get pregnant since it would depend on the timing of ovulation and just the luck of the draw, but you should seek a better method of contraception. The healthiest babies are those which come when you are ready to be a parent in all ways. Do you need suggestions for alternative methods? Of course you can see your health care provider or family planning clinic for these services.
|kimmie10469 - Wed Sep 02, 2009 6:50 pm|
hi thank u for answering i have been on the pills and depo got pregnant 2006. i went back on the depo in 2008 and did not have a period for 8 months after stoppin shots.any ideas on one that will work
|Debbie Miller, RN - Thu Sep 03, 2009 2:45 pm|
Have you considered an IUD? It's certainly an easy option and if you get the Mirena you may get either very light or no periods - kind of a bonus. Some women have a couple of months of cramping and heavier bleeding but once the body adjusts it is usually much lighter. I would talk to your care provider about the choices based on your history.
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