Is there any chance of pregnancy if a very few amount of sperm has gone inside vagina?
If sperm has entered the vagina and contraceptives are not being used like birth control pills or the patch, there is always a chance for pregnancy.
What you’re describing is called the ‘pull-out’ method. This is when the male pulls his penis out of the vagina before he ejaculates. 27 out of 100 couples typically get pregnant within the first year, which isn’t good odds.
This happens because of what’s called “pre-cum”, or “pre-ejaculation”. This is a fluid that sometimes contains sperm that comes out of the penis before ejaculation — this means that pregnancy could happen, even if the male pulls out before he fully ejaculates. Sometimes the male doesn’t pull out in time, even though he meant to.
Also, the ‘pull-out’ method is NOT effective in preventing STDs, or HIV.
The first thing I would recommend is to check to see if you’re pregnant. You can do this a couple ways:
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