Naturally if you got it in say, your eye, then the odds are pretty low, but Ill assume that you understand the basics.
I'd say around 37.35%, however without further information, I cannot be any more specific. It's a possibility. Get a pregnancy testing kit.
However if it has just happened, have a shower. Then get a pregnancy testing kit. You will have to wait 2 weeks before the test will be accurate to take, and sufficient levels of human chorionic gonadotrophin are detectable in the urine.
Follow the instructions on the packet. If its positive, the chances for you of getting pregnant from pre-cum is 100%.
Use a condom a little earlier next time however if you actually want a baby, you'll probably need to go a little further in the future.
by kirstenblog 2 years ago
I think I may be pregnant even tho I am on my period. I have had two bouts of nausea in the past 3 days, once in the middle of the night where I woke up and had to run to the bathroom because my bed felt like a boat in troubled waters! Last night I couldn't eat more then a few bites due to being...
by Pink Dove 7 years ago
What is the best age to get pregnant?
by mohanakrishna 10 months ago
my wife not getting pregnant for last 3 yearsMy wife body is hot and she does not getting any pregnancy sysmptoms and we are mingling each other
by mrvelasco 6 years ago
im 31 yrs old and no baby yet. there's a possibility of getting pregnant?i have a myoma and my blood sugar is 211. am i getting pregnant?
by emdi 8 years ago
What motivates people to do abortion? I don't mean aborting the pregnancy of 15 year old girl who was raped. I am taking about our youth who just abort when they get pregnant. Is it the lack of money to bring up the child that motivates them? or pressure from male partner ? or social stigma? or...
by csd1509 15 months ago
is it possible to get pregnant while breastfeeding?i always thought it's not possible but now i hear from different people that it happens.. Does it only happen if you get your cycle while feeding?
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