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me and my girl friend have had sex recently and the condom broke but i pulled out almost right as it happened and there was very little cum that could have if escaped if any and it only ripped the top part of the condom and we are both 14 and also keep in mind that it was in the middle of her period. i know the chances are there but what is the likely ness that she is pregnancy. also right after it broke she ran and jumped into a pool to wash it.

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Washing would make no difference, and it only takes one sperm to fertilise an egg. However, if it happened halfway through per period (perhaps Cycle-Day 3 and she was still bleeding) with a 28-day cycle, it would not likely be a fertile time. But if you mean halfway through her cycle (perhaps Cycle-Day 14 - a week or so after her bleeding stopped) with a 28-day cycle, it would have likely been a fertile day, and pregnancy could follow if any sperm entered her vagina.

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it was i think day 4-5 after she started bleeding and she was still bleeding till 3 days later.
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Then it is very unlikely she would get pregnant. What date did it happen?
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im not 100% sure but i think it was about 2 weeks ago. we were going to take a pregnancy test.
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O K then

 

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I was rather hoping for an absolute date rather than a relative one. But if her period started 21st June, and this happened 26th June, then with a 28-day cycle it would not likely have been a fertile time. It is then too early to test.
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when could we test
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You have not given or confirmed any actual dates.

  1. What date did her period start
  2. How long is her cycle?
  3. What date did this happen?
  4. What date do you expect her next period to start?
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she started bleeding june 20 we did it on the 25 and she stopped bleeding on july 1. and her period is almost always off so she'll probably get it next about july 30
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You would not normally test until the expected period has failed to arrive as there are not likely to be sufficient hormone levels to register. But the expected period start date of 30th July indicates a 40-day cycle. If that is usual, then 26th June would not have been a fertile period. However, if you test 21 days after your last sex (26th June?) that should cover the possibility of an early ovulation and therefore an earlier expected period start (changing the fertile window). So 17th July would be a good time to test.
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thank you alot for this
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pleased to help.
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