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    We were dry humping and I wore my underwear (which is for period and so it has two layers) but it was damp in and out and he didn't wear any underwear. Plus I had my period last week and today was the fertility day...And I don't think he ejaculated? but it was quite damp. Could I be pregnant whether it was ejaculation or precum?
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    You'd have to be extremely unlucky, especially if he didn't ejaculate, but it's possible.

    Is doing this safe enough for you? It doesn't sound like it...
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    It is kind of possible so maybe you should test now (I don't know if you can test so early). Unlikely though.
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    A test should be reliable about two weeks after the sex. Insert usual reminder that Poundland etc tests are as reliable but much cheaper than the big names.
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    A test should be reliable about two weeks after the sex. Insert usual reminder that Poundland etc tests are as reliable but much cheaper than the big names.
    Is it not 4 weeks?
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    The tests will - should! - say but it can be even less than two weeks with the most sensitive (i.e. work with lowest levels of the 'you're pregnant!' hormone they're looking for) tests.

    Two weeks = when you would normally have a period after ovulating = 'from first day of your missing period'.

    https://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/948.aspx

    If you want to be sure, you can always do another test a few days later.
 
 
 
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