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Exclamation Did I finish in her? Do I need to worry? - July 28th 2017, 03:42 AM

Okay so, to cut to the chase, my girlfriend and I don't exactly practice safe sex at all (I know, very stupid), but we haven't had any scares so far up until now. After sex tonight she noted that she "felt something almost shoot up from the bottom" of her vagina after I pulled out to finish. I normally pull out way before I finish, and this time was no different, but as I laid down on my side I noticed cum already on the tip of my penis and then the rest shot out.
So, my question is, do you think I finished inside of her by accident? or was it something else? and do I need to worry?
   
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Re: Did I finish in her? Do I need to worry? - July 28th 2017, 04:03 AM

Drew, the chances are it was pre-cum, especially if you didn't feel it but she did. It's not something girls can get pregnant from, or not that I know anyway.

I think you're fine, if you didnt Feel yourself finish in her, then theres a big chance you really didn't, unless you suffer from a problem where you finish in that way; in which case if you did, you'd of known about it by now. (given how many times youve done it before)
   
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Re: Did I finish in her? Do I need to worry? - July 28th 2017, 07:56 PM

As the above poster stated, what you saw was probably precum, which is often a clear to yellowish color and does drip from the penis. Usually it's just a little bit but if arousal is great it can increase the amount of precum present. Precum usually contains very little sperm, and if it does, the sperm are generally dead, so it's unlikely she'll get pregnant from this. If you're still worried about it she can buy Plan B.

However, the "pull out" method is incredibly ineffective and often can result in pregnancy, no matter how careful the people involved are. I would suggest at least using condoms. They may not feel as fun as bareback sex, but they're a lot more fun than an unplanned pregnancy.

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Exclamation Re: Did I finish in her? Do I need to worry? - August 2nd 2017, 04:15 AM

Yes, you should worry. This is how STD's and unplanned pregnancies happen. Even if it was precum and you did pull out, she can still get pregnant. Even I have the sense to use condoms and worry about STD's. Say one of you cheats and you transmit a STD to the other person. Do you want to be a father at this young age? Invest in some condoms, because it's worth it.
   
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Re: Did I finish in her? Do I need to worry? - August 2nd 2017, 06:04 AM

Hey there,

so like others have said, it is most likely precum, and it is highly unlikely for her to get pregnant. I also have to say the pull out method isn't a safe sex method. By you doing this method you are risking the chance of pregnancy and if you are really worried and afraid that she will get pregnant then I highly recommend that she use birth control at least because then it is less of a risk but you should also use a condom. I hope this helps.

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