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So, my boyfriend and I technically had sex on friday May 1. He only put 2 inches in and he didn't c_m. He took it out WAY before he was gonna c_m. In fact, he only put it in for less than a minute. Im scared because I have heard that precum sometimes contains sperm, but the last time he ejaculated was the night before and he had peed twice since then. Furthermore, I did give him a ******** before that and I have heard that saliva kills sperm. Also, i was already 2 months late on my period, before we did this, but it was my first time having sex... am i pregnant? PLEEASE RESPOND ASAP.! IM SO SCARED!
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http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Sexandyoungpeople/Pages/Sexmythsbusted.aspx
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If my last period was May 13, 2014 and I conceived May 27, 2014 when did I actually got pregnant well meaning round which time did I had sex?
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You have a lot going on here.  First, it is untrue that saliva kills germs.  Take that out of the equation.  It is also a known fact that entry into the vagina, even if brief and there is no ejaculation, can cause pregnancy.  So, if you are having sex of any sort, you need to make the boy wear a condom. Always.  No matter if they want to or not, it is for your own protection.

However, with all that said, you period sounds irregular.  If this is the first time you've had sex, I'm going to doubt you are pregnant.  But you also can get pregnant easier because you don't know when you'll ovulate.  

So, all I can say is that if your period is not here by the first week in June, take a test.  And use protection from now on . good luck
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You just gave him a blow-job before.  The pre-ejaculate could therefore definitely contain sperm if he finished.

You can conceive whenever you ovulate.  You would have had to have had sex sometime between May 22 and that very day to conceive on the 27th.  Sperm can live 3-5 days inside you.
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Perhaps you should have used a condom. They make them for gents and ladies. If you're going to start doing it more often, perhaps it's time for you to look for birth control so that you have some peace of mind. I was on the pill for a while to regulate and prevent (even though that is not a guarantee). Also there is the morning after pill that is available in some places. Hop that helps.
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but he didn't *** when i gave him the ********
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973741 tn?1342342773
Whenever a man inserts his penis, there is a chance of ejaculate with sperm in it being emitted.  It's risky behavior if you do not want to get pregnant.  buy some condoms.  good luck
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973741 tn?1342342773
A man doesn't have to put it all the way in to emit semen into the vagina.  Pre ejaculate can be present and it is a risk for pregnancy ANY time the penis is inserted into the vagina.  
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Does not matter about how far the penis goes in, pre *** can still get you pregnant so just because it was only in a little bit still doesnt rule out the chance of pregnancy. I would either take a test or go to the doctors. In the future if you would not like to get pregnant i would use contraception, such as condoms or the pill, but you should speak to your doctor about that and find out what would work best for you. Note that if you are scared about going to the doctors incase they tell you parents or carer, dont be because there is patient confidentiality so they are unable to tell anyone.
Good Luck  
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Update: Im not pregnant! I got my period and forsure it is not spotting:)
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