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My fiancé and I had unprotected sex 3 days before my calendar stated I would be ovulating, but he pulled out everytime because I felt sick. We then had unprotected sex twice the day after I was supposedly set to ovulate and he didn't pull out. The same goes for the day after that. It has been 7 days since the first incident and 5 and 4 the second and third incidences. I have started to have light cramping, could I possibly be pregnant or what do you suppose it is?
I am also not supposed to start for about another week.
Last edited by s2bmrsjewell; April 15th, 2010 at 12:58 AM.
Reason: I messed up on a part.
Wait and see... Many women cycles don't follow the calendar, so if you ovulated like a day later then you could have definitely caught the egg when he didn't pull out. There is a chance to get pregnant with the pullout method too, but it really depends on how close to the moment he pulled out and when the last time he had sex or masturbated was (if fairly recently there could be leftover sperms), etc.
We used pull out frequently for years and never got pregnant unless he didn't pull out.
Thanks to *Sharon* for the siggy <3
The cramping could be anything - it could be the beginnings of a period, or the egg implanting. They always release a little sperm in the pre-ejaculation stages, so it's definitely possible to get preggers using the pull-out method - all it takes is one sperm, and they release hundreds of thousands every time they ejaculate.
The 18th won't be too early for a FRER, but to be safe, if you can wait, just wait until your period is due. Some women get them early, and some do not. And if you aren't 100% sure when you ovulated, that makes testing later more likely to be accurate as well. Good luck!