My girlfriend had her last period last month from the fourteenth day to the eighteenth day, and we had sex on the eighth day of this month. We had sex for five minutes, and I did not cum in her. After having sex, I took the dick out, and then we continued the rest of the makeout (not penetration). I cummed after 25 to 30 minutes during a blowjob, and that too away from the vagina. I urinated before the makeout too. So all I want to know is the chances of pregnancy because the makeout was during safe days, I guess, and I did not cum inside her or near the vagina. is there any chances of pregnancy due to pre-cum? We are not even sure of that. She did not get her period till now. Please suggest.
I have read your query and understand your concern.
Pregnancy can only happen if precum (pre-ejaculate) or semen is released inside the vagina. You can take urine pregnancy test (UPT) from the first day of a missed period. If you do not know when your next period is due, then do the test at least ten days after you have unprotected sex. Wait for menses to happen. If they do not happen and it has been more than ten days, then go for a urine pregnancy test. If it comes negative, then go for a beta Hcg (Human chorionic gonadotropin) test and visit a gynecologist for a detailed evaluation.
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